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1 MB equals how many KBs?

If I download a portion of a map to a sd card and then download a second
portion will the second portion continue where the first portion left

With a card reader hooked to my laptop via a USB cable how can I read
what is on my sd card?



Re: Questions

1.00 megabytes is equal to 1024.00 kilobytes.  Google.  If you download a
file in two parts, say picturepart1.jpeg and download the second part, say
picturepart2.jpeg, you have two .jpeg files.  If your SD card is shown in
Windows Explorer, simply click on it to reveal the contents.

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Re: Questions

On Tue, 14 Jun 2005 18:54:03 -0500, (Wesley Felt)

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Maybe. But why do u care where it does it?

Now there will always some "overheads" and if it says full, it's full.
Waste of time to question it.

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All modern OS have memory card support, u don't need to do anything,
just plug in and it will recognize it.

Re: Questions

There are two answers to this question, in fact there are two
definitions of a KB:

Decimal units:

KB = 1,000 bytes
MB = 1,000KB

Binary system:

KB = 1,024 bytes
MB = 1,024KB

This also extents to gigabytes (e.g. a gigabyte can be 1,000 megabytes
or 1,024 megabytes).

This is no joke, both systems are really used.  Memory is measured in
binary megabytes, disk drives are measured in decimal megabytes and
gigabytes.  The difference at the gigabyte level is 7%, not totally
insignificant.  To make matters worse, Microsoft used binary units, even
when reporting the size of disk drives, but the IEEE approves the use of
decimal units for measuring disk drive sizes.

Wesley Felt wrote:

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