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What is difference between 240gb and 240 000mb


240 GB = 245760 MB

240,000 MB = 234.375MB
1 GB = 1024 MB

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Cannot find specification for packard bell i start 1379. I want to look into the possibility of upgrading this pc. Can anyone point me in the direction of the specs being available online for this...


Here is the homepage:

http://www.packardbell.co.uk/pb/en/GB/content/download

This specs provided was complete with a Intel Intel Serial ATA-300 ATA-133 PCI 160 GB Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic , ATI Radeon Xpress 1100 128 MB 4 MB . The Desktops memory add up to 2048 MB , with standard memory 512 MB , memory installed 533 Mhz DDR2 SDRAM DIMM 240-pin Very low profile PC4300 Compact Flash Type I with 2 Expansion Sockets/Slots.

You can update the graphic, by adding a better graphic card, on the mainboard.
The ram can be upgraded to 2 gb ddr2 ram.
A bigger harddrive, can be added, for more space.
The cpu will be hard to find, it probably have socket 775, but this cpu is not available anymore.
And not all cpu`s will fit the mainboard.

Good luck

Feb 10, 2013 | Packard Bell (181368) Motherboard

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Growth rate between two periods population in 2000 is 206,000 and population in 2010 is 240,000. how to use calulator to get the growth rate used


You must first understand the problem on your own before you can do it on the calculator.
Calculate the difference in populations 240 000 -206 000
Calculate the time difference 2010-2000.
Divide the difference between populations by the difference in years.
Multiply the result by 100 % if you want a percentage value.

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WINDOWS WILL NOT RECOGNIZE MY 640 GB ONLY 600 GB


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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I need a code for my remote


Panasonic Universal Remote Code for TV/VCR
Admiral 200
Aiwa 180
Akai 014, 015, 016, 142
Audio Dynamic 011, 240
Bell & Howell 005. 013
Broksonic 081, 136
Canon 125, 135
Citizen 006
Craig 005, 006, 141
Curtis Mathes 130, 300
Daewoo 001, 130, 250
DBX 010, 011, 240
Dimensia 300
Emerson 003, 080, 081, 135, 136, 243, 250
Fisher 005, 007, 008, 009
Funai 081, 136
GE 130, 170, 300
Goldstar 006
Hitachi 000, 125, 300
Instant Replay 125, 130
Jensen 240
JVC 010, 011, 190, 240
Kenwood 006, 010, 011, 240
LXI 000, 005, 006, 007, 008, 009
Magnavox 125, 130, 150
Marantz 010, 011, 240
Marta 006
Memorex 009, 130
MGA 230, 241, 242, 243, 330, 340
Minolta 000, 300
Mitsubishi 230, 241, 242, 243, 330, 340
Multitech 004, 330
NEC 010, 011, 190, 240
Olympic 125, 130
Optimus 006, 100, 140, 200
Orion 081, 136
Panasonic 100, 101, 125, 130
J.C. Penney 000, 005, 010, 011, 130, 240, 300
Pentax 000, 011, 300
Philco 081, 125, 130, 136, 150
Philips 125, 130, 150
Pioneer 125
Proscan 000, 001, 002, 125, 130, 150, 300,
310
Quasar 100, 101, 125, 130
Radio Shack 005, 009, 130, 170, 210, 241
RCA 000, 001, 002, 125, 130, 150, 170,
300, 310
Realistic 005, 009, 130, 210, 241
Samsung 002, 004, 220
Sansui 081, 136, 240, 520
Sanyo 005, 009
Scott 001, 002, 004, 009, 081,136, 230,
241, 330, 340
Sears 000, 005, 006, 007,008
Shintom 050
Sharp 200, 210
Signature 2000 200
Sony 140, 141, 142
Sylvania 125, 130, 150
Tashiro 006
Tatung 010, 011, 240
Teac 010, 011, 240
Technics 100, 101, 125, 130
Teknika 130
Toshiba 001, 310
Vector Research 011
Mont. Wards 006, 009, 200, 210, 290
Yamaha 005, 010, 011, 240
Zenith 290

Codes for Cable Box
Puser 544
RCA 170
Realistic 544
Regal 130, 350, 720, 730, 731, 900
Regency 560
Rembrandt 005, 544, 702
Samsung 005
Scientific Atlanta 122, 130, 131
Slmark 001, 005
Sprucer 005, 121
Stargate 005, 544
Teleview 001, 005
Texscan 810
Tocom 700, 701
Toshiba 004
Unika 531, 544
Universal 522, 544
Videoway 006
Viewstar 541, 542
Zenith 000, 280
Zenith / Drake

Satellite
ABC 530
Archer 531, 544
Cableview 005, 544
Citizen 005, 522
Curtis 130, 131
Diamond 530, 531, 544
Eagle 541
Eastern 560
GC Brand 005, 544
Gemini 522
General
Instrument/
Jerrold
122, 360, 520, 521, 522, 530, 531,
532, 533
Hamlin 130, 350, 720, 730, 731, 900
Hitachi 003, 530
Macom 003, 004, 005
Memorex 542
Movietime 005, 544
Oak 002, 702, 710
Panasonic 120, 121, 132
Philips 006, 007, 540, 541, 542
Pioneer 001, 260
Pulsar 005, 544

Codes for Laser Disc
Panasonic 200, 201, 235, 380
Pioneer 370
Sony 240, 241, 242, 243
Codes for DVD
Denon 100
Ferguson 110
Nordmende 110
Mitsubishi 150
Panasonic 100
Pioneer 120
RCA/Proscan 110
Saba 110
Sony 140
Thomson 110
Toshiba 130
Yamaha 100
Zenith 151

Codes for Cassette Deck
Aiwa 760, 761, 762
Denon 800
Fisher 603
Jensen 657
JVC 780, 781
Kenwood 600, 650
Marantz 751
Nakamichi 631
Onkyo 651, 652, 656
Panasonic 700, 730Philips 751
Pioneer 630
RCA 763, 770, 771
Sansui 631, 653
Sharp 800
Sony 740
Teac 653, 654, 658
Technics 700, 730
Yamaha 601, 602

Mar 06, 2011 | Panasonic Televison & Video

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Transcend 160gb external harddisk shows 149gb as i connect it to computer


The reason why you see that difference is common to all hard drive manufacturers. They determine a GB to be 1000 MB, and 1 MB to be 1000 KB, so on...
However, computers define 1 KB to be 1024 B, 1 MB to be 1024 KB, and 1 GB to be 1024 MB- so there's a reduction right there of the capacity. Add to this the overhead for a file system- and that explains the variance you see

Feb 02, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My hard disk sp 40 don't have 40 GB is as 38202 MB


It depends on how you "count" -- 40 times 1000 times 1000 times 1000 is approximately equal to 38.202 times 1024 times 1024 times 1024.

Note that 2**10 is 1024, while 10**3 is 1000.

So, (1024/1000)**3 is approximately equal to 40(.000/38.202).

QED.

Dec 20, 2010 | Samsung (SP0411N) 40 GB Hard Drive

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Total space problem. i have a buffalo turbo usb ministation 160GB but when i open my computer it has only a total size of 149GB...how to make it 160GB?......please help


The windows use some space for space addresing but not that much

It shoves 149 GB because manufacterers use the terms gigabyte in metric (base ten) way.

IT means 160 GB = 160 * 1000 MB = 160 000 * 1000 KB= 160 000 000 * 1000 Bytes

when you convert that in Gigabyte that computer use (1GB = 1024MB, 1MB = 1024 KB, 1 KB = 1024 Bytes) you get:

160 000 000 000 Bytes = 160 000 000 000 /1024 KB = 156250000 / 1024 MB = 152587,890625 / 1024 GB = 149,011 GB

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