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If you would READ you would see I'm pointing that out. See bold.
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Hmm can you do regular partitions with Norton Ghost? I don't have much exp with partitions


Nice rig you have there, though.

Edit: OK ok, I give up
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Ummm, not too sure dude.

Update - He managed it, apparently has created un unformatted partition in partition magic, then ran fat32format off cmd prompt. Dunno how that fixed it for him but there you go. Weird hey?
Stupid Fat32, sooooo 1995.

Cheers for help peoples.

Thanks on the Rig jbrown, yours is basically just as good as mine is.
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JHere is a question. If the ps3 only uses fat32, and it is limited to 32GB. then how does the ps3 com with a 80GB HDD?
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Its ok battlenut, we've already established its just a windows limitation lol
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Sorry guys I must've missed something. But i had to get my 2cents in there.
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It's early


Damn I feel STUPID.

YOu have SLi = rig is much better.
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YOu have SLi = rig is much better.
I've seen insane 3D Mark Scores on a single carded system. It's all about CPU speed when it comes to that. The only advantage I have over your Video card is the G92 chips and the memory availability. A G92 GTS/X with 768Meg Memory would be just as good.

Meh, 9800's coming out this year, with G100 chips on them. I'd really like to see a 9800Ultra run Crysis at 60FPS DX10. Only time will tell!
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Ummm, not too sure dude.

Update - He managed it, apparently has created un unformatted partition in partition magic, then ran fat32format off cmd prompt. Dunno how that fixed it for him but there you go. Weird hey?
Stupid Fat32, sooooo 1995.
This helped me a million. Had the same issue. It's particulary annoying as PS3 will not detect multiple logical drives, if you have 5 x 200GIG partitions on a 1TB drive. Thanks for posting the solution.
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The following limitations exist using the FAT32 file system with Windows operating systems:
Clusters cannot be 64 kilobytes (KB) or larger. If clusters were 64 KB or larger, some programs (such as Setup programs) might calculate disk space incorrectly.
A volume must contain at least 65,527 clusters to use the FAT32 file system. You cannot increase the cluster size on a volume using the FAT32 file system so that it ends up with less than 65,527 clusters.
The maximum possible number of clusters on a volume using the FAT32 file system is 268,435,445. With a maximum of 32 KB per cluster with space for the file allocation table (FAT), this equates to a maximum disk size of approximately 8 terabytes (TB).
The ScanDisk tool included with Microsoft Windows 95 and Microsoft Windows 98 is a 16-bit program. Such programs have a single memory block maximum allocation size of 16 MB less 64 KB. Therefore, The Windows 95 or Windows 98 ScanDisk tool cannot process volumes using the FAT32 file system that have a FAT larger than 16 MB less 64 KB in size. A FAT entry on a volume using the FAT32 file system uses 4 bytes, so ScanDisk cannot process the FAT on a volume using the FAT32 file system that defines more than 4,177,920 clusters (including the two reserved clusters). Including the FATs themselves, this works out, at the maximum of 32 KB per cluster, to a volume size of 127.53 gigabytes (GB).
You cannot decrease the cluster size on a volume using the FAT32 file system so that the FAT ends up larger than 16 MB less 64 KB in size.
You cannot format a volume larger than 32 GB in size using the FAT32 file system in Windows 2000. The Windows 2000 FastFAT driver can mount and support volumes larger than 32 GB that use the FAT32 file system (subject to the other limits), but you cannot create one using the Format tool. This behavior is by design. If you need to create a volume larger than 32 GB, use the NTFS file system instead.
NOTE: When attempting to format a FAT32 partition larger than 32 GB, the format fails near the end of the process with the following error:
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