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I am getting a File system error when switching it on and i can't format the device in windows and on cmd through FAT32

I have a problem with the device. When i turn the device on i get the message the file system error. I tried to format the device but it doesn't want to format through windows and through cmd. I tried to follow a procedure to format it as FAT32 but the message was that the file is to big. Can somebody please assist me.

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I had the same problem and I am sorry to tell you that it is a hard drive error. I think from memory it was actually a fault within the system, I can't recall, but mine was under warranty so it was fixed.

You need to contact jnc customer support to get it fixed. In Australia try 02 9264 8677.

Hope you can get it fixed.

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Memory card formatting


Hi


how to want to format you Memory card through Mobile and through computer. the both way i describe you let chose which one you look easy.


Through Mobile.


Switch off the mobile and Insert your memory card in mobile.

Step 1.

Press the white menu button.

Step 2.

Select "Applications".

Step 3.

Select "File mgr.".

Step 4.

Double-click on "E: Memory Card".


Step 5.

Select "Options".

Step 6.

Select "Memory Card Options" and then "Format".


Through -PC


Formatting your memory card, flash drive or device:
1. Double-click My Computer, or Computer (for Vista)
2. Right-click the drive letter associated with your memory card, flash drive or device, then select Format
(in the sample image below, we right-clicked on H:)
WARNING: Make sure you select the correct drive letter.

3. Select a File system type.
NOTE: Select FAT32 for 4GB or higher capacities. FAT for 2GB or lower capacities
4. Click Start.



Memory card info and old cameras

Many previous old cameras and portable devices do not work if the card is formatted as FAT32 or NTFS file system. One of the following errors may occur if your device does not support FAT32 or NTFS:
- Error message asking to re-format the flash card.
- Error message that the flash card is not formatted.
- Error message indicating that the card is anomalous.

To resolve the above error, backup your data and reformat your memory card in FAT file system.
If the error persists, re-format the memory card using your camera or portable device.


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I have a 32GB sandisk cruzer stick. I've used what is called diskpart in Windows 7 to select and format the stick in fat32. I'll take it to a Windows XP box and try to drop a substantial size file to...


Sorry but you wont be able to put a file larger than 4gb due to file format limitation since you used fat32. only NTFS supports files larger than 4gb. if you want to use it with large files you need to format again using NTFS. hope that helps!

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I want to format my flash disk but am told'windows cannot format' , what can i use


On a Windows XP-based computer, you cannot format a Memory Stick removable media device by using the FAT32 file system because there is no option to for FAT32 in the Format Local Disk dialog box. The only available option in the File system list in the Format Local Disk dialog box is FAT


So that you can use NTFS option to your HDD and then format the removable media device

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How do I format this hard drive to a FAT32 hard drive?


Go to My Computer, right click on the drive, go to format. select fat32 on the type list. Remember that this will delete all of the files on the Hard Drive.

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I brought a 250gb hdd for the xbox 360. The xbox 360 says that it is a unformatted storage device, the only thing i can do is formatted the hdd. but nothing happend I have formatted the thing 5 times....


Trying to format a large external USB or Firewire hard drive to the FAT32 file system? Can't do it? Only see an option for formatting the drive using the NTFS file format? Well if you answered yes any of those questions, then you're at the right place.
I was recently trying to format my 1 TB MyBook external hard drive in Windows XP to FAT32 instead of the overly forced-upon NTFS format. Why? Well because I needed to connect it to a NAS device and the NTFS permissions were causing the NAS not to be able to access the drive. Simple solution is to use FAT32, no security, no problems. Though it's sometimes useful to format a USB drive in NTFS format.
Also, formatting a drive in FAT or FAT32 will allow it to be read by other operating systems, such as Mac, Linux, and older versions of Windows such as Windows 98.
Unfortunately, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 will only format a removable drive in FAT32 if it's less than 32GB! Hmmm...that pretty much cuts out ALL modern external hard drives!
However, Windows can format a drive that is larger than 32GB in FAT32, but you have to use the DOS command prompt. However, if you have a drive that is 1TB or larger, you may still get an error saying "The volume is too big for FAT32".
In that case, you can use a free program called SwissKnife that will allow you to format an external hard drive that is up to 2TB in size. Let's go through both methods. In case you are having problems getting your external hard drive to show up in Windows, read my article on how to change the drive letter for an external drive in Windows.
Format external drive in FAT32 using DOSOpen a command window by going to Start, then Run and typing in CMD.

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Now type in the following command at the prompt:

format /FS:FAT32 X:
Replace the letter X with the letter of your external hard drive in Windows. Windows will go ahead and begin formatting the drive in FAT32!

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Format external hard drive in FAT32 using SwissKnifeSwissKnife is a nifty little program that is completely free and that you can use to format many types of external drives such as USB, Firewire, PCMIA, SATA and SCSI. You can also use it to create partitions on an external hard drive and it formats faster than Windows.

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So next time you want to format a hard drive in FAT32 and Windows only gives you an option for NTFS, make sure to follow one of the two method mentioned above. Enjoy!

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I accidentaly formated it to ntsf


Plug it to a PC with Windows operating system.
Open My computer (or Computer on Vista/7).
Right-click the drive assigned to your device and click Format...
Choose file system of FAT32 and click Start.

Your device should now be formatted with FAT32 file system.

Cheers,
Pelu.

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I CANT FORMAT MY MEMORY CARD....I DONT KNOW HOW TO FIX IT.


  1. Open control panel.
  2. Open administrative tools.
  3. Open Computer management.
  4. In the left column click disk management.
  5. This populate all the disk present
  6. Locate your memory card
  7. Then you can delete the partition entire and build new one
  8. You can format with Fat Or FAT32 file system
  9. Do not perform quick format.

Another options are available to format via cmd
To do that
At the run Menu type:CMD
then a command promt window will open
Type format x: /fs:fat32
Note that x is volume label (memory card drive label may d, e or f)
ok
try this



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Format fat32 in vista for external hard drive


Click on Start > All programs > Accessories > right click on cmd. Select run as Administrator. Open it and connect your external hard disk. Then give the following command: Type format f: /fs:fat32 /q. In this the f is the drive letter of your external hard disk. The windows utility will format the disk and convert it to a FAT32 partition type.

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On tring to outputto a usb device i get the error mesage ''not fat32 compatable ok to continue'' when you press ok it reverts back to the start how do i make a device fat32 compatable


Andrew,

A device is either fat32 compatible or it is not.

The device is designed for NT format. As such, it is not compatible with older Windows 95/98/ME file format.

Your best bet is to upgrade to WindowsXP or Windows Vista.


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Error


Did you format it properly?

Usually MP3 Players are to be formatted with the FAT32 File System. This can be easily done on Windows.
Simply connect the Mp3 Player to your computer via the USB. Then Windows should be able to detect it just fine. Go to My Computer and right clock on the new device (that is the MP3 Player) and select "Format".
Format as FAT32 and try again.

PS: You may want to backup all data (if that is possible) before you attempt this Format thing.

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