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Posted on 26-12-06 22:57
so i've got my shiny new external hd and it comes setup with FAT32. I can convert it to NTFS. nothings on it so nothing will be lost.
any reason i should/shouldn't do this?


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Posted on 26-12-06 22:58
just format it


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Posted on 26-12-06 23:04
so is that a yes convert to NTFS? my question is not how...but rather why/why not.


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Posted on 26-12-06 23:05
You should do it, yes Wink. I can't think of anything bad happening when you do that Pfft


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Posted on 29-12-06 21:41
I just got mine yesterday, and mine came with FAT32 as well. Just look in the instructions, it will tell you how. As a reason TO format, is because with FAT32, your only allowed to upload a maximum of 4gb per file..


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Posted on 29-12-06 21:44
you should definately convert it to NTFS.it is far more superior and
more secure then FAT32,but you cannot access it from FAT32,
only with the proper tools.

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Posted on 29-12-06 21:54
1. I already said that..
2. Since when is 3.5 > 4?


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Posted on 29-12-06 21:59
Whoa deja vu


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Posted on 15-01-07 16:39
Ponguile wrote:
1. I already said that..
2. Since when is 3.5 > 4?



lmfao... ponguile its like he ignored everything youve said, and then reposted it... thats great