RIM has licensed the exFAT file system from Microsoft. This will enable BlackBerry devices to handle files larger than 4GB.
exFAT (Extended File Allocation Table) was designed by Microsoft specifically for flash drives, including memory sticks and SD cards. It offers compatibility between flash drives and the file systems found on Windows and OSX.
I have a 4GB HP USB flash drive that I had written a Chromium OS image to with Win32DiskImager. Now I am trying to reformat it but I can't. Everything tells me the disk is write protected. Being a USB flash drive, there is no write-protect switch. I have tried the standard windows format thing, disk management, diskpart and HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool. I also tried the registry modification.
i format my mobile without unrooting ,after that my cellphone restarted and nothing happened it's just booting in CWM , even tried to format memory even ODIN3 is not detecting my device ...what should i do?
someone suggested to flash the cell with .ftf file of latest firmware but i dint find any flash .ftf file on net please help.....thank u
My friend was having problems with a USB flash drive, and I suggested he do a low-level format. Then it occurred to me that I don't even know how to do that in Linux. So... how can I low-level format flash memory in Linux?
Proprietary giant is licensing open source to its partners. What is going on? Over the past few weeks Microsoft has been licensing Linux to a number of its partners, most notably Amazon. Although the idea of Microsoft, a company steeped in proprietary software, licensing open source software is ludi ...
How can i install my windows 7 iso to a flash drive? dd seemed to have worked, but when i booted it did not work, saying grub: no such partiton Which is odd, considering i did not remember installing grub. Does this mean that it's in the iso? or that it's persistent from a previous install, and even formatting won't remove it?