Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Upgrade recorder10 HD to 100 gig
Re: Upgrade recorder10 HD to 100 gig
From: j c <johner81_at_yahoo.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2005 20:55:06 +0000 (GMT)
i'd recommend using swissknife to format it - takes
about 20 seconds.
select your drive, make sure you select primart
master, FAT32, tick the active partition box and move
the slider all thw way down to make the partition size
100gigs. then select 'create'.
--- Salokyn <bazar.nicolas.gif_at_libertysurf.fr> wrote:
> Mcgowan, John a écrit :
> > Hello,
> > I just finished changing my recorder 10 from a 10
> gig to a new 100 gig
> > drive.
> > I thought it went well. But now when I boot up I
> get the error message
> > "no Valid FAT16/32 file system found" I had the
> new hard drive
> > formatted at the computer store when I bought it.
> I have XP and knew I
> > couldn't format 100 gig. Can anyone give me any
> idea what I should do
> > next? It shows up on the computer as a valid drive
> and says its
> > formatted in FAT32, Any help/tips would be greatly
> > Thank You,
> > John McGowan
> > JMcGowan_at_steelcase.com
> > 616-246-9025
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> I saw somewhere that a FAT32 partition can't be
> larger than 32GB ?
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Received on 2005-01-14