Reprogramming a digital odometer requires access to the odometer's memory chip, which can be accessed in several ways. Disassemble the dashboard, and reprogram it directly by removing the chip and connecting it to a cabl... More »

The federal law related to vehicle odometers, Public Law 103-272, prohibits the resetting of an odometer with intent to alter the number of miles shown, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Ci... More »

Temporary memory in a computer refers to the volatile memory that is stored by a random access memory (RAM) chip. As the name ‘temporary’ suggests, the memory does not store data for long. When the computer is shut down ... More »

The federal law related to vehicle odometers, Public Law 103-272, prohibits the resetting of an odometer with intent to alter the number of miles shown, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Ci... More »

Digital high definition, or HD, is a payable service by 20th Century Fox that gives viewers exclusive early access to movies weeks before they are available on DVD or Blu-ray. The movies are available in high definition ... More »

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A CompactFlash card uses flash memory, also referred to as solid-state memory, along with a controller chip to write and read data by applying tiny electrical charges to the electrons in the cells of the memory chips. Fl... More »

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According to PC Mag, ROM BIOS refers to the memory chip used on early PCs to store the software necessary to boot the computer. Newer PCs use flash memory for this purpose. More »