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May I assume that there is no point to format your SD Card (assume you have the 32 GB size) to NTFS if the device can support SD Card of up to 32 GB and FAT32 maximum limit is also exactly 32 GB?
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Discussion started by: PheekaJabal
2. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
I tried in fedora 9 to format a partition with FAT32 or NTFS but failed
mkfs -t NTFS /dev/sdb3
mkfs -t FAT32 /dev/sdb3
In both the output says the the device isn't present.
the output is something like this:
mkfs.FAT32: no device present
mkfs.NTFS: no device present
I am able to format in... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: ravisingh
3. Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions
i have a new laptop without any OS. I'm about to install win 7.
i have a FreeDos CD and I'm currently trying to install it. My hard drive has about 610 000 GB space.
I'm unable to create a partition bigger than ~2 GB.
I know that normally when you start FDISK, you're asked if you want... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: harriii
i installed solaris 10 on my laptop and there is one FAT32 partition of 21.6 Gb
in /etc/vfstab there is line for mounting this partition after boot
/dev/dsk/c1d0p4:c - /d pcfs - yes rw
i can see this partition under solaris but when i write something, i cannot see this in windows, but... (2 Replies)
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How can i mount ext3 and Fat partition in FreeBSD 6.0 (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: jaibw
I use Sun Solaris 10 under a x86 computer, and I want to mount a Fat32 partition who are stored in the same disk with the UFS filesystem.
But, before mount this partition, I need to know is location in /dev/dsk
Because there are a lot of file "c0t0d0" etc..., and I didn't find my... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: willits
7. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
People who still have FAT32, usaly have 2 or more operating systems running on their computer. An example of that is like runnging OS x over Windows 95 or XP. Stuff like that. On one of my lap tops, I have Linux, Unix, and OS x running on one HD. The OS x runs really really slow thought...I hardly... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: hdk_mkr
8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I run a dual boot WinXP/Red Hat 8 system on my laptop. Since my hard drive is inherently small(laptop) I am trying to creat a swap partition for keeping mutually used files such as music/video etc... I have created a 2.5GB Fat32 partition with Partition Magic Pro and have windows recognizing the... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: djtrippin
9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am installing FreeBSD and I have the FreeBSD Handbook on how to install it.
I have read it twice over and I am going to try to do it right the first time. I am running Windows 98 with two hard drives. Only one has the OS on it the other is just a FAT32 partition.
I want to put FreeBSD on... (4 Replies)
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