Read-Only Memory MCQ’s

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This set of Computer Architecture Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Read-Only Memory”.

1. PROM stands for __________
a) Programmable Read Only Memory
b) Pre-fed Read Only Memory
c) Pre-required Read Only Memory
d) Programmed Read Only Memory

2. The PROM is more effective than ROM chips in regard to _______
a) Cost
b) Memory management
c) Speed of operation
d) Both Cost and Speed of operation

3. If the transistor gate is closed, then the ROM stores a value of 1.
a) True
b) False

4. The difference between the EPROM and ROM circuitry is _____
a) The usage of MOSFET’s over transistors
b) The usage of JFET’s over transistors
c) The usage of an extra transistor
d) None of the mentioned

5. The contents of the EPROM are erased by ________
a) Overcharging the chip
b) Exposing the chip to UV rays
c) Exposing the chip to IR rays
d) Discharging the Chip

6. EEPROM stands for Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory.
a) True
b) False

7. The ROM chips are mainly used to store _______
a) System files
b) Root directories
c) Boot files
d) Driver files

8. The disadvantage of the EPROM chip is _______
a) The high cost factor
b) The low efficiency
c) The low speed of operation
d) The need to remove the chip physically to reprogram it

9. The disadvantage of the EEPROM is/are ________
a) The requirement of different voltages to read, write and store information
b) The Latency read operation
c) The inefficient memory mapping schemes used
d) All of the mentioned

10. The only difference between the EEPROM and flash memory is that the latter doesn’t allow bulk data to be written.
a) True
b) False

11. The memory module obtained by placing a number of flash chips for higher memory storage called as _______
a) FIMM
b) SIMM
c) Flash card
d) RIMM

12. The memory devices which are similar to EEPROM but differ in the cost effectiveness is ______
a) Memory sticks
b) Blue-ray devices
c) Flash memory
d) CMOS

13. The flash memories find application in ______
a) Super computers
b) Mainframe systems
c) Distributed systems
d) Portable devices

14. The flash memory modules designed to replace the functioning of a hard disk is ______
a) RIMM
b) Flash drives
c) FIMM
d) DIMM

15. The reason for the fast operating speeds of the flash drives is ____________
a) The absence of any movable parts
b) The integrated electronic hardware
c) The improved bandwidth connection
d) All of the mentioned

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