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Ntfs/Fat32

Discussion in 'PS2' started by hpeine, Jul 12, 2003.

  1. hpeine

    hpeine Member

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    I currently have xp home, with my hd formatted to FAT32. From reading messages I searched it seems I would be better off with dvd9's if I had NTFS. I'm getting a new hd so I can format it this way then, but I don't want to chagnge my current hd.

    Is it possible for me to have one FAT32 and one NTFS Hd on the same system? Also, is there a way to burn a dvd9 movie disk when you have a FAT32 drive?
     
  2. inkkits2k

    inkkits2k Member

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    It sure is

    I actaully have 1 HD that is partitioned and one is FAT32 and the other is NTFS.

    James
     
  3. bddarkman

    bddarkman Regular member

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    YA fat 32 and ntfs will work toghther.

    you cant burn a dvd9 games with out some kind of ripkit,they are over the 4.7 gig of blank dvd-r

    the rip kits for the dvd9 games are slow in being released some might never be made.
     
  4. Shindou

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    Why dont you want to convert to ntfs? It better than fat32! If you had windows me or an earlier version I might understand.
     
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