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Does a 64MB flash drive more or less space than a 64GB flash drive?

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1GB is equal to 1024MB so a 64MB flash drive has less space than a 64GB flash drive.

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they vary from 64Mb to 64Gb (or thereabouts)


It depends upon how large the drive is. USB flash drives come in a variety of sizes, from 64MB to 64GB; some suppliers offer as high as 256GB built to order flash drives.So, a bit is two characters.A byte is eight bits, 16 characters.A kilobyte is one thousand bytes, or 16,000 characters.A megabyte is one thousand kilobytes, or 16,000,000 bytes.A gigabyte is one thousand megabytes, or 16,000,000,000 bytes.So, 64MD is 1,024,000,000 bytes; and, 64GB is 1,024,000,000,000 (yep! trillion) bytes.The actual available storage is less than the total storage as some space is used up in formatting, and as I understand, the actual storage is slightly more than the calculated amounts above due to the fractional amounts not included in the calculations. What is here, though, is a good ballpark figure.


USB Flash drives come in: 32MB 64MB 128MB 256MB 512MB 1GB 2GB 4GB 8GB 16GB 32GB Some flash drives may have preloaded files or software, or even password protection. which could effect the actual capacity size of drive.


There are many places that sell thumb/flash drives with more than 64MB. I have seen them all the way up to 512MB (if you're going for megabytes), or even ones that are 32GB (and I am pretty sure a gigabyte is bigger than a megabyte).


The inventor of the USB Flash drive is disputed by several companies, but most recognize Dov Moran of M-Systems (now owned by SanDisk) as the inventor.The USB Flash Drive was introduced in 1998. The USB interfaced NAND memory was invented by Dov Moran. He worked for M-Systems, where the very first Flash Drive was manufactured.Netac and Trek2000, Ltd. developed similar porducts about the same time. All three companies, M-Systems, Netac and Trek2000, have very similar and hotly disputed patents.The first Flash Drive was manufactured and distributed in Europe under the "disgo" brand name. It was only available in four sizes; 8MB, 16MB, 32MB, and 64MB. The first distributor in North America was IBM.The history of flash drives is brief, but here's what we know so far. The birth of the flash drive is credited to Dr. Fujio Masuoka. He invented NOR and NAND Flash Memory while working for Toshiba. The release of the first removable drive was in 1984, using Masuoka's NOR Flash Memory. It was in 1984 when he invented NOR Flash Memory, which is the predecessor to NAND Flash Memory.


No, memory works by just doubling and doubling, so for example memory sizes would be: 1MB, 2MB, 4MB, 8MB, 16MB, 32MB, 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB (1024MB) I hope this helps.


There is no Average because usb comes in different storage size such as 64Mb,1GB,2GB,4GB,8GB,16GB,24GB,64GB,128GB and many other sizes which i didn't write


Minimum of 650 MHz Processor Speed Minimum of 64MB of RAM (128MB recommended) Minimum of 125MB of free hard drive space CD-ROM or DVD drive Win98/ME/2000/XP


Well, The USB Flash Drive was introduced in 1996. The USB interfaced NAND memory was invented by Dov Moran. He worked for M-Systems, where the very first Flash Drive was manufactured. Netac and Trek2000, Ltd. developed similar porducts about the same time. All three companies, M-Systems, Netac and Trek2000, have very similar and hotly disputed patents. The first Flash Drivewas manufactured and distributed in Europe under the "disgo" brand name. It was only available in four sizes; 8MB, 16MB, 32MB, and 64MB. The first distributor in North America was IBM.


No because a floppy drive is rewritable, as CD-R's are not. You should invest in a CD-RW (ReWritable) or a USB Disk Drive (Come in a ll sizes from 64MB - 1 TB)


8 mb is enough to run it well.


Because you did not format it properly, or you have deleted partitions, and all free space is in unallocated sector.


Because you NEED more RAM. RAM is cheap these days and you should have at least 512MB RAM for Windows XP and that will greatly improve your speed.


The minimum capacity is about 64Mb while the maximum is about 20 GB in 2007. its has been updated 2 about 300 GB


It will work but it will lag a i played with intel extreme graphic 64mb


any1 know how many hours of shooting my 64mb vecho vcc-001 will hold?


It requires at least 64MB of ram, but 128MB is recommended. You also need at least a 1.5 GB hard-drive.


With 64MB you can record any music, files or movies that have a size of up to 64MB. They may be smaller but not larger.


Minimum recommended computer specs for World of Warcraft including 2 expansion packs The Burning Crusade and Wrath of the Lich King: PC: P4 1 GigHz 1 GB main memory, 128 MB video memory, 12 GB hard drive space Mac: G4 500Mhz 256 MB main memory, 64MB video memory, 12 GB hard drive space


The 64mb memory card holds up to 50 songs(avarage memory of 1 song is 4mp)


No 8mb is an eighth of 64mb now 8gb is a thousand times 8mb so it's 125 times 64mb


Er... 64mb is barely close to 1gb. -.-



the psp go has no umd (CD) drive and cost more but it has internal memory. the psp 3000 has as much ram as psp go 64mb if i were you i would get a psp 3000 because it has a umd drive (psp go doesn't) a mic and it can cone ct to the Internet


What information do you need? Well. It have a space on 64 MB. It can be used with the PS 2 console. Sony made it. ( Or there is other companies which also have made memory cards for it too)



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