Dell has admitted to a manufacturing error in its netbook Mini9 which has caused some models with 8GB and 16GB of storage to display a hard disk space of just 4GB.
In a statement issued on its website, Dell claims that it has rectified the error which had occurred in its earlier Ubuntu based versions of Mini9 which was attributed to a disk imaging utility used by engineers at Dell during the Setup process.
The issue came into light when some early recipients of the Mini9 found that they have been supplied with a device that displays a lower storage that what had been mentioned in the specs.
However if one was to look in the BIOS, one could notice the entire disk and many experienced Linux users were able to repartition the drive on their own.
Dell has mentioned in its website that it has successfully resolved the problem and it suggests affected users to run the recovery DVD to rectify the error.