Why pendrive showes 1.91 GB though it is of 2 GB?
maybe its some software of that pendrive system......
Because that is the maximum storage on the chip inside your pendrive that be stored. if you had a 12 GB chip on your pendrive and a code that altered the storage parameters then you could have a 12 GB pendrive
That is a 2 Gb USB flash Pendrive from the manufacturer Trascend.
format the pendrive using red hat linux...
You were formatting your Kingston 8 gb pendrive and while formatting your friend removed it and its not working properly?
bin it see related link
In actual, 1 GB = 1024 MB. However when buying Pendrives, calculation used for selling is 1GB = 1000 MB. Hence when size of pendrive is seen under "Properties", it is always lesser than what is advertised.
As far as I'm aware USB drives don't go up to 500GB; the closest you'll be able to get is to buy an external HDD, which will normally cost around £ 30-50 depending on make.
If you were meaning megabits by mb then: 904.951 mb = 0.110 GB(Gigabytes) Typically when referring to GB though the next unit down id MB(MegaBytes) 904.951 MB = 0.884 GB
A gb (gigabyte) is about 250ish songs depending on length. A gb is all storage though, so photos videos all that is stored in the gb. The higher the gb the more storage
Hello, I've been using Kingston PenDrive (1 GB) for 2 years, and found this a very good and satisfactory product. Its data write speed is about 10 MbPS and read speed is upto 20 MBPS. So I think it's having a very good transfer speed. Goodluck.
In technical sense 1 GB equals 1024 MBs, But however the actual formatted capacity of a storage system being lesser than the actually specified we generally round down 1024 MBs to 1000MB(Mega Bytes). You can take the example of a 2GB pendrive in which you get a storage of 1.76 GB instead of the 2GB size mentioned. Thanks Regards Tushar Atreja
1536 Gigabytes, though good luck finding a hard drive that is marketed as 1.5 TB and actually has that much.
GB means gibabytes, so billion bytes; though often it is understood to be not exact billions, but rather 1024 cubed.
This is a weird action. Normally you transfer from the digital camera into a computer. If you want to move your pictures that you have in your computer, I advise you to move them to a pendriver, and not to the camera. The camera is not a storage device, this is a function for a CD, a diskette, a MP4, or the best of all, a pendriver, 4 GB. To transfer the photos stored in… Read More
The elite with only 120 GB is cheaper though some sources than the PS3 160 GB and 320 GB models but the PS3 is offering some bonuses and the 120 GB Xbox 360 elite model is not the new Xbox 250 GB selling for 299.99
1 Megabite is 220 (1,048,576) bytes though it is often rounded off to 1 Million bytes 1 Gigabyte is 230 (1,073,741,824) bytes though it is often rounded off to 1 Billion Bytes
Ipod touches usually vary depending on GB or where you get them. 8 GB- 225 dollars (no tax included) I am not sure about the others though. it does matter what the GB are, but i believe the 8 GB is now $195.00, the 32 GB is $295.00, and the 64 GB is $395.00. Most online resellers have at lower price than that. Check out the latest pricing here. http://ipodtouchprices.com
neither is faster, they are units of file size GB is bigger than MB though big: Of considerable size, extent, or intensity More »
gb x8 fa x8 eg x8 gb x8 Thats only the beggining though but it sounds really cool
Flash drives have a whole range of sizes. But the most common sizes are 1 GB, 2 GB, 3 GB, and the most common and cheapest is the 4 GB size. Some even offer larger sizes, such as 8GB and there are even some that are 16 GB. These larger sizes cost more, though.
GB's are larger than MB's and there are 1024 MB's in 1 GB. So 752 MB's is the equivalent of approximately 3/4 GB (not quite a whole GB). A GB is 1024MB, though go for the general rule that 1GB = 1000MB. 753MB is therefore roughly .75GB.
Kingston 32 GB pendrive when you copy files to drive the files gets renamed or get damages automatically you thought of virus could be reason you formated the drive once again the same problem persist?
The most likely reason is that you purchased a counterfeit flash drive that had its firmware altered to report an incorrect capacity. Do some testing to see how much data you can put on the disk before corruption occurs. It will likely be far less than 32 GB.
the 80 gb model let's you play ps1 games. Only few 80 gb models let you play ps2 games though. if you got your 80 gb with a special bundle package i can guarentee its BC.
229.00 for 8 GB 300.00 for 16GB and 400.00 for 32 GB crap i dont have enough It depends were you live, though it usually is between 200.00$ and 400.00$ in Canada.
4 GB can hold about 1000 songs. This depends on your player though. Also it depends on the size of the songs. If the songs are 4mb then it's about 1000 songs.
the capacity is 2.5 GB i think not sure check some where else though.
1Gbyte = 1024 Megabyte (architecture) 1 thousand megabytes of data though...
As of 2011 up to 128 Gb. Though no doubt this will increase.
For System 32 it's normal. Not brilliantly fast though.
The lowEst memory is 8 gb. It actually isn't that small though, that is what I am answering this question from. Had it for 6 months and still have around 3 1/2 GB left!
they make flash drives for the slims now they are pricey though you can get a 8 gb for around 40 dollars they also have 16 gb not sure the price on those
DVD-R 2,298,496 sectors 4.384 GB Have seen slightly contradictory info for Dual Layer discs: DVD-9 SS DL 8.54 GB 7.95 GiB DVD+R DL 8,547,991,552 Byte = 8.55 GB 7.961 GiB Don't try to fill to absolute maximum capacity, though, you'd be asking for errors. When writing, I use 4480MB as the maximum, it has worked fine.
A 250 GB hard drive has 232 GB because 232 GB is an estimate to 250 GB. So 232 GB would be rounded to 250 GB. Or a 500 GB hard drive that has 455 GB, 455 GB is rounded to 500 GB. Examples (Most Likely): A 40 GB hard drive, it's 37.2 GB or 38.2 GB A 80 GB hard drive, it's 74.5 GB or 74.4 GB A 160 GB hard drive, it's 135… Read More
I think atleast a 1000 songs im not sure though
You need 1.26 gb its worth it though it's really fun
DVD-R that can hold 4.7 GB but when you try to burn it it says there is no memory left what do you do?
It probably means that there is something already on that disk. Another possible explanation is that what it says on the disk is no always true, because even though the disk says 4.7 gigabytes, it really only holds 3.9 gigabytes (or something to that effect).
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3.5 gigabits (Gb) = 0.4375 gigabytes (GB)
ANSWER: I'd say like about 230 GB even though its a LIE like they say on a LapTop box
Most hard drives are measured in gigabytes, though larger ones are often measured in terabytes.
GB is Gigabytes, so 1.9 Gigabytes is the same as 1.9GB.
There is exactly one gigabyte in a gigabyte.
The Nikon CoolPix takes SD or SDHC cards. The largest right now (August 2009) are 32 Gb cards though it appears that Toshiba are launching 64 Gb SDXC cards soon and 128 Gb and on up to 2 Tb cards are planned for 2011.
You can install more than 4 GB if the motherboard supports it. However, pure 32-bit operating systems cannot access any more. Some server versions of Windows, along with PAE-enabled Linux kernels, can access up to 64 GB of memory, though this is rather inefficient, and each program is still limited to 3 GB of RAM.
By modern (2014) standards, 8GB (eight gigabytes) is a decent amount of memory for a computer, though not an excessive amount. It is the maximum that can be installed in many laptops (though some can go higher). New consumer-level desktop computers will typically come with anywhere from 4GB - 16GB standard (usually upgradable to a maximum of 16GB, 32GB, or higher).
It used to be there was an 8 gb, 16 gb, and a 32 gb. But now there is no 16 gb, but they have a 64 gb iPod touch. So 8 gb, 32 gb, and 64 gb.
GB(gigabytes). 1 gigabyte is 1024 megabytes.
Are you saying how many GB's do i have if its 4497 MB out of 74 GB? Ok: change the MB in GB: 4.5 GB out of 74 GB = 69.5 GB
In pure raw form, 1 character = 1 byte, so in theory you could say 1 billion (1 billion bytes = 1 gigabyte) characters, though the actual result would be less than that.
MB is Megabytes and GB is Gigabytes. 1000 MB = 1 GB
1x gb Alexander 1x gb andal 1x gb bestari 1x gb darius 1x gb dimicari 1x gb equeste 1x gb gaiodiaz 1x gb gyzarus 1x gb heraklinos 1x gb hoplomos 1x gb laquari 1x gb murmilo 1x gb ocatavius 1x gb retiari 1x gb samnite 1x gb secutor 1x gb spartacus 1x gb torax 2x test tiger 3x colosseum cage of the gladiator beasts 1x gb battle gladius 1x gb battle halberd 1x gb battle… Read More