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What is a klash drive? Are you thinking of, as Smithbrother asks, a flash drive or thumb drive?

If you are, most don't hold exactly the amount they say are. For example, a 1 gigabyte flash drive will hold somewhere around 950 or 965 megabytes, a little less than the drive is listed as. That's common. If you're using a small flash drive (and that's what you're referring to), a 1 or 2 gigabyte flash drive costs as little as $12 to $16 dollars, sometimes half that price. If you're using a small size drive, consider getting a larger one.

Let me know if this answers your question.

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Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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