Originally posed by "nitestick"
do the math yourself. hdd size as reported by manufacturer is in metric i.e. one kilobyte=1000 bytes. a true kilobyte is 1024 bytes. now take 120,000,000,000 bytes and divide that by 1,073,741,824 (number of bytes in a true gigabyte) and you should get 111.758708953857421875. tada your hdd is perfectly normal.
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