Short for Eras able Programmable Read-Only Memory, ERPOM is a memory chip that was invented by Dov Frohman in 1971 while at Intel that can only be read from. If exposed to ultraviolet light an EPROM can be reprogrammed if needed, but otherwise does not accept or save any new data. Hardware manufactures use EPROM when it may be needed that the data contained on the EPROM needs to be changed. An EPROM chip is distinguishable by a small glass circle that exposes the chip that can be reprogrammed. Often this glass circle is covered with a sticker.
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