IS Toshiba 2GB U3 usb drive compatible with win vista?
The Toshiba U3 will work on Windows Vista. Just plug it in and Windows Vista will find the drivers automatically for it.
YES I FIND THAT MINE WORKS WITH MY WINDOWS VISTA
Barely. Vista Home Basic will run, slowly, on a system with 512MB RAM. Increasing RAM to 2GB is strongly recommended.
The most demanding of the games in the Valve Pack is probably Left 4 Dead 2, and their minimum requirements are as follows: Supported OS: Windows® 7 / Vista / Vista64 / XP Processor: Pentium 4 3.0GHz Memory: 1 GB for XP / 2GB for Vista Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible video card with 128 MB, Shader model 2.0. ATI X800, NVidia 6600 or better Hard Drive: At least 7.5 GB of free space Sound Card… Read More
There are many different desktops that are compatible with the 2GB DDR2 RAM. Some desktops that are compatible with this ram include the Dell 530 and Dell 531S models. You can get more information about DDR2 SDRAM at the Wikipedia.
there is a hole on the side stick it in and go to word or notepad
no . just the ddr 1 !!
They should, I see no reason why not. They work best with at LEAST 2Gb ram though :)
Microsoft indicates 256mb of ram and 1.5 to 2gb of hard drive space. However, to avoid sluggish performance you should have at least 2gb of ram with all of the other processes running in the background assuming you are running Vista or XP pro.
The size of jazz drive is 1-2GB
It supports 2GB Memory card
You can't. You have to buy a 16gb flash drive.
It will alert you to any software you have presently installed that may conflict with Vista. I believe it also tells you if your system has the power and memory needed to run Vista. You need 2GB of RAM at least to run Vista.
OS: Windows XP with Service Pack 3 Processor: 2GHz CPU (Pentium 4 or equivalent) Memory: 1GB RAM (2GB for Vista) DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c or later Hard Drive: 700MB Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card Video: 256MB VRAM GPU capable of Pixel Shader 2.0c or better
If you are running Windows XP its very fast. If you are running windows Vista or 7 2GB is good enough, though not super fast.
yes these are the recommended specs OS: Windows XP SP2 Processor: Dual core processor (Intel Pentium D or better) RAM: 2GB Hard Drive: 18GB free hard disk space Video Card: 512MB Direct3D 10 compatible video card or Direct3D 9 card compatible with Shader Drive: DVD-ROM dual-layer drive
Vista: 4GB (starter: 1GB) 7: 4GB (starter: 2GB) This is for 32-bit only.
Call of Duty 4 Requires 1GB for XP; 2GB for Vista is recommended
For WindowsXP, 1GB or more. For Windows Vista and Windows 7, 2GB or more, with 4GB+ being optimal.
yes, the 3DS comes with a 2gb SD card and compatible up to 32gb SD card.
It depends but it always takes out 2gb.
That would be impossible for a 2GB flash drive to hold less than a 1GB XD Card, seeing as to the fact that 2GBs are larger than 1GB.
Disk DriveDVD-ROMDirect X 9.0Hard Drive SpaceAt least 7.5 GB of free spaceOperating SystemWindows 7, Vista, Vista 64, XPProcessor3.0 GHz P4, Dual Core 2.0 or AMD64X2 (or higher)RAM1 GB for XP / 2GB for VistaVideo CardNvidia 6600 or higher / ATI X800 or higher
If you need more than 2GB, 3GB is better.
A two gb flash drive is a device that you can use to store movies, work, pictures etc.
It depends on what you're going to use the flash drive for, but on standard a flash drive should be at least 1gb or 2gb.
Simply buy an upgrade version of Windows Vista switch your computer on and put in the disc and follow on screen instructions. Note: Although Windows Vista can run at different levels of the amount of RAM it uses you should have 2GB or more to avoid crashes or other problems with windows vista having less will down the performance of windows vista a lot.
no...you need at least 1gb for xp or 2gb for vista.
Plug the Flash Drive into a USB Port on your computer or laptop, and access the drive from My Computer.
Minimum system requirements for Just Cause 2: CPU: dual core with SSE 3 RAM: 2GB OS: Windows Vista / 7 (You can't play on Windows XP) Video card: compatible with DX10 and with 256 MB of memory HDD: 10 GB of free space
Can a flash drive company recycle lower sizes flash drive such as 2gb then make them 4gb for example is this possible?
No, need a new mainboard
yeah it will, I've had 256mb running Vegas 7 and it worked just fine. 3GB with vista x32 and its perfect too
a device for saving work or pictures on, 2gb is good
Nothing it is just giving you an update on its memory.
Technically yes. But I wouldn't recommend it since 2GB is the minimum requirement. If you're going to use 64-bit, upgrade to at least 4GB since Win7 32-bit can handle 3GB. Running 64-bit Win7on 2GB is like running Vista on 1GB, it's like a sloth.
Taking the question as: "What is the size on Disk of Left 4 Dead 2?" Short answer Between 7.5 - 10 Gigabytes (allowing for patches and not including any DLC) Minimum System Requirements:Recommended System Requirements:CPU:Pentium 4 3.0GHzCPU:Intel core 2 duo 2.4GHzRAM:1 GB for XP / 2GB for VistaRAM:1 GB for XP / 2GB for VistaVGA:DirectX 9 compatible video card with 128 MB, Shader model 2.0. ATI X800, NVidia 6600 or betterVGA:DirectX 9 compatible video card… Read More
After the Toshiba Title comes up down nere were you see the time there will be a yellow box with U3 in it. Click that then down the bottom of the menu there should be a button saying enable security click that. Then a window should come up. It will wont you to create a password. Then create a hint. There you go!
Is dual channel working with two blocks of 2GB ddr2 800 on vista 32bit even if windows sees only 3.2GB?
No, it uses only what it sees: 3.2gb
It is a lot more. 1 GB is equal to 1024 MB so, 2GB would be 2048 MB which is 1024 times more than 2MB.
Drive Increaser 2 seach it in google and you will get it
2gb good luck on your quiz lol
Battlefield 3 can be played on any computer that meets the game's system specifications. Battlefield requires: Windows Vista or later Dual core processor DirectX 10 or 11 video card with 512MB of video memory 2GB of RAM 10GB of hard drive space
Yes, considerably so! K was short hand for Kb or kilobytes, 1024k=1Mb(megabyte) and 1024Mb=1Gb(Gigabyte) So a 2Gb is equal to 2097152k.
Most carry 3gb of ram on board. That will be a little low for the greedy FSX. However, it might work ok with the newly developed "steam edition" which require 2gb, 30gb hard drive or SSD , youll need Windows service pack 2 ,
Buy a better computer..not good enough.
I'm running Home Premium with 2GB RAM and 50GB free space and it works very well.
The amount of RAM has nothing to do with the size of your hard drive.
It will hold your xbox live account but not much more
Yes it is recommended to have a 64MB or higher DirectX 9.0c graphics card. Although it is playable on a 32MB graphics card. Here are the minimum and recommended requirements: The minimum system requirements are as follows: COMPUTER: IBM PC or 100% compatible OPERATING SYSTEM: Microsoft™ Windows 98SE/2000/XP (95/NT not supported) CPU: Intel Pentium® 4 1.3 GHz (or AMD Athlon ™ equivalent) RAM: 256Mb GRAPHICS: 100% DirectX 9.0 compatible 32 MB * (see below for… Read More
Minimum: Windows 7/Vista/XP PC (32 or 64 bit) Processor: Dual Core 2.0GHz or equivalent processor 2GB System RAM 6GB free HDD Space Direct X 9.0c compliant video card with 512 MB of RAM DirectX compatible sound card Recommended: Windows 7/Vista/XP PC (32 or 64 bit) Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD CPU 4GB System RAM 6GB free HDD space DirectX 9.0c compatible NVIDIA or AMD ATI video card with 1GB of RAM (Nvidia GeForce GTX 260… Read More
2GB is more. 2GB would be 2048 MB