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    When I look at the Card Info, it reads XMB free of 243MB card, when I have a 256MB card. Is this common?
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    I'm going to take a stab at it and asume that it's formatted? Maybe it's pre-formatted for windows and such...
    Stabbing in the dark I am.

    Neko2
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    Me = Nokia 5170/Palm III > Kyocera 6035 > Treo 600 > Treo 650 > Treo 700p > Treo 755p > Treo Pro > Palm Pre

    Wife = Treo 600 > Treo 650 > Treo 755p > Palm Centro > Palm Pixi
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    It's kind of funny that your first post in that thread is simply a link to another thread ...which is dead.

    Just to make this a useful post, here is the answer to this question, as posted by broberob (with the goofy formatting removed):

    Quote Originally Posted by broberob
    I was perplexed at first also. My hard drive is not really 160gb and my 256mb SD card is not really 256mb.

    These numbers are for marketing purposes. Possibly to make explanation easier, they use multiples of 1000 instead of 1024. A true kilobyte is 1024 bytes and a true megabyte is 1024 kilobytes and a true gigabyte is 1024 megabytes, instead of the reported 1000*1000*1000

    SO

    If you have a 256mb sd card they are saying 1000 *1000 * 256 = 256,000,000 mb.


    When it is actually 256,000,000 DIVIDED by 1024 then 1024 then another 1024 to get the real data size, which is 244.140625 bytes.
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    I believe there is a class action suit filed by a consumer agency against all Hard Disk manufacturers regarding the false (misleading) capacities claimed by them.

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