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Depends on what you want to store on it. FAT can only handle files that are less than 2GB. If you want to put bigger files on it then NTFS is the way to go. NTFS is usually faster than FAT, but for compatability with older computers (Win98 or earlier) you probably should use FAT32.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Format from NTFS to FAT 32
You'll want to leave this drive in NTFS format as FAT32 has lots of limitations in cluster size and total drive size.
The issue with your DVD- Media Player has nothing to do with how you formatted an external 1TB HDD.
It's possible that the two occured at the same time for different reasons.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
If you really must have fat 32 (maybe for MAC use ?) then windows itself does not support doing a fat format on large drives.
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Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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