CHAPTER 10
Computer System Storage Fundamentals
 
Before you can dive head first into exciting investigations involving computer intrusions from foreign countries, international money-laundering schemes, foreign state-sponsored agents, or who posted your purity test score to Usenet, you need to have a solid understanding of basic computer hardware, software, and operating systems. In this chapter, we focus on system storage—hard drives and the file systems on those drives. If you can answer the following three questions, skip ahead to Chapter 11.
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