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its all the same - just the manufacturer uses the scheme 1 GB = 1,000MB = 1,000,000,000 B. windows uses the scheme 1GB = 1,024 MB = 1,073,741,824 B.

o - and i'm glad i could finally help, rather than getting help
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Just so you know for the future, you do not need to download any programs to format a hard drive. If you right click on "My Computer" and hit "manage" you will see the Computer Managment Consol. On the left select "Disk Managment". You should now see all hard drives, even drives that do not show up in My Computer. Right click on a drive and select "format" to format the drive.
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