How much will a 40gb hard drive for a computer hold?
Assuming the 40gb is free, available space, you could hold approximately:
10,000 High-Quality MP3 Songs
25,000 High-Resolution Digital Photographs
120 Hour-long (43 minute) television shows in high-quality.
700,000 Word Documents between 3 and 5 pages long.
A 40 gigabite hard drive would hold up to 20,000songs
It depends on the hard drive. A computer can hold as many gigabytes as its hard drive can handle.
the conversion that is correct to a computer hard drive that can hold 250000000000 bites is 250 GB
It will hold about 80 gb
a hard drive is hardware (stuff built into a computer). the hard drive is a disk that stores a massive amout of computer memory. my computer hold 140 gigs of memory. so in other words a hard drive is just one amazing disk.
Flash Drive or Portable Hard Drive, also known as External Hard Drive
matters your hard drive can hold 5gb or 500gb in lmost all cases yes hard drive has most memory.
The function of a hard drive is to store large amounts of digital information. Another function is to hold the operating system in the computer in order to access computer programs.
Why does your flip video only let you hold four minutes of video it used to hold about an hour but now it wont why?
You need to plug it into your computer and erase the hard drive on it. You have saved videos on the hard drive but they are not recognized by the flip video. Just plug it into a computer via USB and clear everything off of the hard drive.
The hard drive in a computer system will hold the most information.
The first Apple hard disk was the HD20 and it would hold about 20MB of data..
The simple answer is that a computer needs a hard-drive to store the operating system and data, and a motherboard to hold the many components, circuits , etc. So take away any part and the computer won't work!
some do and some dont, it depends on the hard drive on the laptop.
It depends on how many hard-drive disks, or tape drives the mainframe has.
A mainframe computer is only limited by the size (and number) of the hard drive (s) and the amount of RAM its circuitry is able to hold.
"Enough" will greatly depend on what you plan to do with the drive. It's more than large enough to transfer documents between computers, and it could probably hold a couple dozen XVid-encoded movies, or most people's music collections. It is likely unsuitable for higher-definition video.
floppy disc. No, the above is incorrect. In a normal PC, your hard drive contains the most information.
How many Xbox games approximetly will I be able to save to my 40gb Xbox hard drive so I can play them later?
Well, if we assume that most Xbox games are about 5.7 Gigabytes in size, you could hold about 7 full Xbox games on a 40 Gigabyte hard drive. Click on this link for a size list of most recent games. then you'll know before you go! http://www.stripesonfire.com/nsc/
Hard drive is the answer. CDs hold generally upto 700MB of data. Hard drive can hold GBs worth data.
Depends on the computer. You need to ask your manufacturer how much your pacific model can hold
The 1TB hard drive can hold more data.
No, the size of the hard drive has nothing to do with the system's overall speed. The hard drive is a storage device. So the larger the hard drive, the more installed programs you can have, and the larger of a library of programs, music, documents, and videos you can have. Larger hard drives of the same type are often a little faster than smaller ones, and usually newer, and thus programs might load a… Read More
To hold the operating system files, operating system, save data, all the information in your computer will be saved on the hard drive. The hard drive keeps all the data even when there is no power. It will stay forever until changed or removed by the computer. Hard drives use a spinning magnetic disc and magnetically recorded and read from, using a swinging arm with a minute read/write head on it. Called a hard drive… Read More
How much can the XBOX 360 20GB hard drive hold?
at 4Mb for the average song, it should hold aroun 10,000 songs
Hold the power button for 10 seconds, this forces the hardware to shutdown. The only problem is if the computer is writing to the hard drive, when you do this it can cause small corruptions in data.
Try rebooting the computer and hold shift while it starts up, if this does not work, you will have to start off of a boot disc (usually the cd-rom that came with your computer) just insert it into the drive and start up from there. This usually means you have a hard drive corruption so save all you can as you may have to re-format your hard drive
Most computers today hold 80 to 120 gigabytes of hard drive space. (Servers can hold more) To search a computer manually for a document, or a word or a phrase INSIDE of a document, could take several days. 1 single gigabyte of storage can hold as much information as one copy of the Encyclopaedia Britannica (2,619 pages). As an example, the Dell Dimension 8250 comes with a 120 gb. hard drive as standard equipment. The… Read More
There are many different types of hard drives, and they hold different sizes. The largest hard drive holds 5 TBs, and over 10GB of memory.
hard drives usually hold gigabites (gb) and it is a USB device that you plug into (example) your computer and transfer files to save on the flash drive or import to something else
Hard drives are your computer's 'long term memory' thats there whenever you start it up. The hard drive holds the operating system, all of your settings, all of your files (like music, web browser, pictures, etc). Traditional hard drives are boxes that hold metal discs inside of them. These metal disks hold data in the form of a magnetic charge and they constantly spin when your computer is reading data. As such they are called… Read More
the hard drive or solid state drive data is written on to them and they hold is forever unless personally deleted, physicality damaged, or a virus can delete data from your PC instantly
It depends on how large your hard drive's capacity is. A 1TB (terabyte) hard drive can store 1,000GB (gigabytes), 1,000,000MB (megabytes), 1,000,000,000KB (kilobytes), or 1,000,000,000,000B (bytes) of data.
CPU caches do not store information once power is removed. A hard drive, however, will.
This all depends how large your Hard Drive is. Some Hard Drives hold 250 GB, other's hold 1 or 2 TB.
The amount of RAM it is made to hold.
Start>My Computer>double click the CD icon>hold down the ctrl key and press the a key>hold down the ctrl key and press the c key>go to your external hard drive>hold down the ctrl key and press the v key Or dragging and dropping the file(s) from two open windows will copy them
No the average USB flash drive is around 4 GBs (with a max of 64 GBs) when the average HDD (hard drive) is around 750 GBs on a personal computer (reaching all the way to 5 TBs AKA 5,000 GBs).
What does a hard drive actually do? The hard drive actually has 3 main functions in a computer The purpose of the hard drive is to hold for long term storage both the software that runs your computer, called the Operating System, and the software that allows you to do stuff with your computer are called Applications. Windows is an operating system, MS Word is an application. When your computer boots up, it looks in… Read More
This question is definitely too vague there are many aspects of a computer that hold measurements in bytes. If you are talking about the hard drive then 1Gb=1024Mbs. 1Mb=1024Kbs. 1Kb=1024bytes. So if you have a 160GB hard drive then you have 171798691840bytes. If you are talking about RAM same measurements apply here, if you have 2GB of RAM then you have 2147483648bytes. Generally these computer measurements are displayed in the largest categorization in most cases… Read More
The iPod gigabyte capacities available are 16, 32, and 64. The 32GB, which is closest to the 40GB you mention, will provide 8 hours of video playback.
Yes a CD holds less than 1 Gb of data A hard drive can hold up to 500 Gb of data.
External because they can hold as much capacity than portable one's.
Asuming you mean Megabytes, or Mbps, then no. There is ruffly 1000 mbps in 1 Gb. So a 100 Gb drive can hold 100000 Mbps. The average computer in 2011 has a 250 to 500 GB hard drive.
A 1TB hard drive has a little more memory than 412 DVD-Rs. So you should be able to hold approximately 412 DVD-quality movies on your 1TB hard drive. If you are recording your own footage (and using your 1TB hard drive for editing/managing your files) then a 1TB hard drive can hold up to: 84 hours of HDV 1080i, 17 hours of DVCPro HD 1080i/60i or 13 hours of 8 bit Standard Definition.
The main data storage on a PC is the HDD (hard disk drive) or rarely a SDD (solid state drive). It's like a box of a lot of disks to hold the information or if its the SDD it's basically a USB flash drive but a lot bigger.
Solid State drives (SSD) typically hold less than 256 GB of information, which is far less than the typical laptop hard drive which holds 500 GB or more, or a desktop hard drive, which can hold 1 TB or more.
the mother board is the mane component of the computer it hold all the other components like hard drive ,processor memory ,fan sound graphics card . Thank you for asking
Wheel and Axle to some extent for the hard drives. There are many screws that are used to hold the parts together. Pulleys and gears are in the CD-Rom Drive. I am sure there are others.
well it doesn't have a hard drive on top the memory is in the unit it has about 256mb i recommend getting at least a 20 GB hard drive if you are going to download things.