I have a Seagate 320GB SATA-300 internal hard drive, model TSD-320AS. The logical geometry of the hard drive is 16,383 cylinders, 16 heads and 63 sectors per track.
To my knowledge,
Capacity = Number of cylinders × number of heads × sectors/track × 512 = hard disk size (bytes)
For my specific hard disk my calculations are:
16,383 * 16 * 63 * 512 = 8455200768 bytes (not close to being right)
Does anybody know where I'm going wrong here? :confused: