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Subject: Re: ROCKBOX AND NTFS ???


From: Frederic Devernay <>
Date: Tue, 09 Aug 2005 08:55:56 +0200

You can also format the drive using a Win98 or WinME boot disk. The 32Gb
limitation only exists in XP, so that XP users switch to NTFS.

Instructions can be found at
Look for
Q: How do I get around the 32 GB limit XP imposes for Fat 32 hard drives?


Joseph Jones a écrit :
> Personally I'd suggest trying Knoppix. There's a Linux partition
> manager called parted that'll be able to do the job for you.
> On 8/9/05, Alma Hix <> wrote:
>>"David Pedersen" <> wrote in message
>>>Can the Archoes jukebox be run with a hard drive that is formatted with
>>>the NTFS? Or does it have to be FAT32?
>>>How big a disk can you actually put into the jukebox?
>>>When I tried to format a 60gb disk, with FAT32, Windows reports that the
>>>disk is too big for FAT32. And the Swiss Knife, that has been suggested,
>>>ends up with an error report, that Windows wants to send; when I try to
>>>part/format the drive.

Received on 2005-08-09

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