MB to GB Conversion

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  1. doubledragon5

    doubledragon5 Tanker Yanker

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    To help answere my in-laws question 1024 mb is what?
    2048 mb is what? I told him the answere but he doesn't believe me...
     
  2. rspassey

    rspassey ~ Ryan ~

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    What do you mean? 1024mb = 1gb 2048mb = 2gb
    If you have 2048mb RAM you have 2gb ram...
     
  3. Hi Ho

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    1,024 MB is equal to one GB. 2,048 MB is equal to two GB. :)
     
  4. doubledragon5

    doubledragon5 Tanker Yanker

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    Thank you very much... I knew I was right:):)
     
  5. LA22

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    and so on an so fourth.
     
  6. el_novato

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    ya gotta watch the way it's written. mb is not the same as MB.

    mb=mega bits MB=mega bytes so 1024mb is about 128MB.


    e.n :)
     
  7. EzyStvy

    EzyStvy Computing Professor Staff Member

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    Conversion Calculator
    "Use this tool to convert file storage size from one unit of measurement to another. The results will return all possible conversion options (bits, bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, terabytes, petabytes, and exabytes)."
     

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