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Interpreting size of Connor Peripherals HDD

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Could anyone tell me how to tell the size of a connor Peripherals hard drive.  The only information it has on it is :  E57YDO
      CP3000
      ALG01
      9136
      DW75633
      ALL2.48    ML2    T
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Yours is a 42Meg Hard Drive with the following specifications:
Cylinders: 980
Heads: 5
Sectors: 17
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