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  1. Flash memory and HDD disks have different operating principles.

    In plain language:

    When writing to a HDD disk, the electromagnet writes data by changing the direction of magnetization on the disk track, which is divided into regions.�

    Each area is one, or zero.

    When writing to�flash memory, under the influence of electricity, electrons jump from one part of the transistor to another and stay there. At the same time, it begins to conduct electricity, which is equal to a logical unit.�

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