Help! External Hard Disk Format

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  1. j3yps

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    Gusto ko kasi i-format yung HD(WD Passport 160GB USB 2.0) kasi nagkakaproblema ako sa NTFS(nagha-hang kapag ine-eject na) eh balak ko sanang gamitin yung HFS+
    (tutal mei magcdrive naman windows ko eh) ok ba to?, gaano ba kalaki yung maxmimun file sezi na pede ko itransfer(kasi yung FAT32 4Gb lang ata eh)?

    baka kung mei marunong jan pede nadin makapagbigay ng step-by-step hehehe thanks!
     
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    Hi Jeyps!

    First, you should be ok with HFS. Since may macdrive ka, gagana nga yan, good idea.

    Second, the maximum file size is 8 exabyte. Since superlaki ng 1 exabyte (1 million gigabytes!!!) ok ka na siguro.

    Third please use straight english/tagalog and not text talk on the forum. Text talk is ok pag text kasi mas mahal pag mas mahaba. Sa email at forums, di kailangan. Salamat po!

    Enjoy your passport!

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    thanks sir leo...
     

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