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hey my hard drive is 240gigs and it has 43 million+ clusters which is a much higher figure than much larger drives that I have owned and I was wondering if anyone could say why that is? I saw an answer that suggested the drive sectors were resolved to the power of 2 and maintained in simple programming languages but on posting to that effect the person who was going to help me stopped to ask what I was talking about, HDD aren't programmed. I'm confused.
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What is your hard drive make and model please?
This information is printed on the drive itself.
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