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How to remove an antivirus known as RECYCLER from the pen drive or memory card??

RECYCLER is a virus in which all the data is reduced to the size of megabytes(MB) even if the original data may be of gigabytes(GB). The various files and folders present in the pen drive/memory card appears as hidden folders and there size is greatly reduced..This problem make us feel that the whole data is lost..but this is not so...We can solve this problem by connecting the memory card with the computer and scanning the memory card using AVAST antivirus..then all the data can be copied in the computer..and then the memory card is scanned using AVAST and then formatted..and finally the data can be copied into the memory card again..

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4.7 gigabytes divided by 60.4 megabytes

4.7 GB is 4812.8 MB Thus 60.MB is .06 GB

So you have approximately 4.64 GB remaining.

Here is a link for great little conversion tool... Convert GB to MB Conversion of Measurement Units

It works in reverse also. .

Mar 07, 2015 | Televison & Video

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If you bought a 640 GB hard drive when the drive is formatted it will be slightly smaller then the size listed on the box.
This is caused by a difference between the size of a GB as defined by windows versus the maker of the drive. The drive manufacture assumes that 1 GB is 1000 MB, where as windows assumes it is 1024 MB.
If you carry these assumptions all the way down to the byte level you get:
640GB = 640000 MB = 6.4 * 10^8 KB = 6.4 * 10^11 bytes
this is the base storage size of the drive.
Then windows takes this number and does the same in reverse to get the number of GB is displays:
6.4 *10^11 bytes = 6.25 * 10^8 KB = 610351 MB = 596.1 GB
There is nothing wrong with the drive, it's just a different unit of measurement.

May 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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1 gigabyte is 1024 megabytes or 1,048,576 kilobytes

May 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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what is 419mb for ps3

MB = Megabytes, as I'm assuming that's what you're referring to. 419 Megabytes is close to half of a Gigabyte, or GB. One GB = 1,024 MB

Megabytes and Gigabytes are measurements of digital storage. Every PS3 has a certain amount of data it can store. You can make a rational decision on whether to use 419 MB of info for your game by looking at how much you have installed and how much your console holds.

For example, if you have a 60 GB console, then 419 MB is only about 1/150th of your storage capacity, so as long as you don't have tons of games and get lots of DLC, you should be fine.

Also, you can delete data at any time you want from your PS3, so putting it on there now doesn't mean it must stay there forever.

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i have 5gb free on my modem .how much kb or mb is one gb

First, the modem is not the computer. It's what connects the computer to your Internet Service Provider. You're asking how much free space is on your hard drive, which is the storage device in the computer. It's like a filing cabinet where programs and data are stored until you tell the computer to run them.

The basic storage unit is the byte, which you can imagine as storing one character. The prefixes kilo-, mega- and giga- are from the metric system:

1 kilobyte (KB) = 1000 bytes (It's actually 1024 bytes because computers work in powers of two)
1 megabyte (MB) = 1000 KB
1 gigabyte (GB) = 1000 MB

So if your drive has 5GB free, there is about 5000 megabytes left to work with, roughly 5,000,000,000 bytes.

Oct 28, 2010 | Gigabyte Computers & Internet

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