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Old 07-20-2010, 09:11 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by Deaod
wait, wait, wait...8MiB != 2^20 byte.

1MiB==2^20 byte
8MiB==2^23 byte

I dont think anyone has reached the limit yet, but if i had to guess, id say that its 8MiB.
Thats what i meant, well i thought my braces made it clear... (thats why i put them there...NVM)
The difference isnt that big for MB/MiB anyway...

Well whats funny is, that many people think that MB=2^20, and that the harddisk manufactors got it wrong... but well it was *uuh surprise* Microsoft again, and i dont think they will fix their programs anytime in the near future.
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