Question about SanDisk Cruzer Micro 2GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive
Well for starters, if its a 2GB and your showing 2.4GB I say congratulations! If its a 4GB then your right, we have problems.
As for the 2GB issue, it is a common nerd fact that for every 100MB of information you'll loose 5MB of data. So for ever 1GB there is a potential loss of 50MB, 10GB = 500MB and so on.
The reason for this (in more simpler terms) is so the computer has a road map to your information on that particular storage device. Think of it as having a REALLY huge directory of maps in your car. You may only need to get to grandma's house, but you also have every direction imaginable to every place on the planet.
Such is the life in computers... I.e., computers is stupid...
Hope this helped...
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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