Post subject: Re: Post funny computer screenshots or photos Posted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 5:58 am
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Apparently, not only does my hard drive have a capacity of approximately 2.38 Petabytes, but as it turns out, there's such a thing as "antidata" after all.
This is an image of what appeared after I booted Winternals ERD Commander on one of my computers and an error occurred that caused my computer's hard drive to be unrecognizable until I rebooted it. In case you can't see the image clearly, this is what it says:
Notice how according to the Volume Properties Dialogue Box, Drive C: has negative 7.449 Exabytes of data and how the capacity is absurd compared to my computer's hard drive's actual capacity, and especially that of Drive C: and how on the right side of the "Used Space" line it says that that equals 24,511 bytes?
In this dialogue box (the same one), a few minutes later. Here the Used Space and Capacity is the same, but the Free Space is 17,441,154,919,628 bytes, which is ~ 15.863 Terabytes......basically the value from a few minutes earlier without the first 5 digits.
This isn't even mathematically correct since (Used Space) + (Free Space) != Capacity.