In/Out. An I/O error is more common than what most people think. It means that something didn't work when sending information in and out. With disks it usually means that the disk is corrupt, is full, or some other type of problem. It's most commonly experienced with floppies, where the floppy was starting to go bad. Sometimes a full format of the disk in question takes care of some of the I/O problems. Other times it's better to just replace the disk. JK
nput and utput. How the audio gets in and out of your computer. This can be built in to the computer or via an added audio interface card.
Pertaining to the equipment used to communicate with a computer and the data involved.
Pertaining to devices that accept data for transmission to a computer system (input) or that accept data from a computer system for transmission to a user or process. Devices that perform both these functions are known as I/O devices (for example, terminals).
nput/ utput - Data path in computers.
I/O that bypasses the kernel cache to increase I/O performance. This is similar to direct I/O, except when a file is extended; for direct I/O, the inode is written to disk synchronously, for unbuffered I/O, the inode update is delayed. See buffered I/O and direct I/O.
The transfer of information between a computer and peripheral devices.
Used to describe the process of moving data, signals, results etc. in and out of a computer or processor.
( nput / utput) is the connection between your computer and another piece of hardware (mouse, keyboard, etc.).
(Interface Option) The one-way or two-way transfer of GPS information with another device, such as a nav plotter, autopilot, or another GPS unit.
Refers to data that is being sent from the CPU to any type of storage device or peripheral.
The location of the signal interfaces that contacts to the "outside" world.
This abbreviation refers to any operation in a computer where data is transferred in or out of the computer. I/O may seem like a vague concept, but it...
Refers to the hardware and software mechanisms connecting a computer with its environment. This includes connections between the computer and its disk and bulk storage system, connections to user terminals, graphics systems, and networks to other computer systems or devices.
A general term for reading and writing data on a computer. The term "file I/O," for example, refers to the act of reading or writing information in a disk file.
The complementary tasks of gathering data for a computer or a program to work with, and of making the results of the computer's activities available to the user or to other computer processes. Gathering data is usually done with input devices such as the áŒá‰£á‰µ/á‹áŒ£á‰µ (áŒ/á‹) View
The process of transferring data from or to a computer system including communication channels, operator interface devices or data acquisition and control channels.
The process of bringing data into memory from an external device or sending data out from memory to an external device.
Flow of information to and from laptops and their attached devices.
nput/ utput (I/O) is nothing more than a fancy way of referring to the computer talking to a device, or vice versa.
nput/ utput, the transfer of data via an interface or to/from a file. See file I/O, FileIO.
Used to refer to the portions of a computer that handles the movement of digital data from storage devices such as hard drives into Ram or other storage devices.