According to Wikipedia: CHS >> Heads, it says that
(512 bytes/sector)×(63 sectors/track)×(255 heads (tracks/cylinder))×(1024 cylinders)=8032.5 MiB ...
, but I am confused that why number of heads equals tracks/cylinder?
As the picture below, there "might" be two platters in a HDD, so why there aren't four tracks per cylinder?
If 255 tracks on a cylinder is true, there might have (255/2) platters in a HDD?
This is my HDD information: