Data Formats and Multipliers

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You may enter data in all numerical fields either in sectors or in bytes. If there is no letters are after the number, Restorer Ultimate assumes the numbers are in bytes.

Decimal numbers are entered as they are: 2372354

Hexadecimal numbers are entered as 0x23Fa67 or 23Fa67 hex.

The following case-insensitive notation is possible:

b

1 byte

kb

1 kb = 2^10=1024 bytes

mb

1 mb = 2^20=104857 bytes

gb

1 gb = 2^30=1073741824 bytes

tb

1 tb = 2^40=1099511627776 bytes

eb

1 eb = 2^50=1125899906842624 bytes

hex

A hexadecimal number

sec (sector)

A number is in sectors

You may also select the multipliers in the drop-down boxes.

When the multiplier has been changed, the data value will be changed according to the specific contextual commands for that field:

Suppose, the initial value is 1 GB, and the sector size of the object is 512 byte. The results will be the following:

Command: No recalculate

Change from GB to MB: 1

Change from GB to Sectors: 1

Command: Always recalculate

Change from GB to MB: 1024

Change from GB to Sectors: 2097152

Command: Units type recalculate

Change from GB to MB: 1

Change from GB to Sectors: 2097152