What is the difference between volatile and non-volatile memory?

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• The ability to store memory without power is called non-volatility • SDRAM is volatile memory, while flash is non-volatile memory • There are other forms of non-volatile memory, such as EPROM and EEPROM • An EPROM chip can only be written to once (like a CD-R), while EEPROMs can be re-written (like a CD-RW)
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