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NTFS or exFAT for removable media (SD/SDXC or USB)

UPDATE: my exFAT formatted 128GB SD card has been working wonderfully, I am happy with my choice of file system formats ­čÖé exFAT has been mentioned previously on this blog, but for the┬áfirst time I truly needed to decide: exFAT or NTFS for my new 128GB SD card… In the end, I chose exFAT for both speed and┬ácompatibility. My primary OSes are Windows and Android, both of which support read/write of exFAT. Android not so much with NTFS (at least

How to flash BIOS upgrade on MSI motherboard via USB

If you are trying to update your BIOS on a MSI motherboard, like the new MSI AM1I, be aware that there are some requirements. Specifically, if you are using a USB thumbdrive to contain the BIOS update file, make sure you format it as FAT32 and not exfat or NTFS! You can download the latest version here: (dl link) Once you have a FAT32 formatted USB drive containing the BIOS update, you can boot into the BIOS /UEFI (press DEL

1080p HD movies onto your Android SD card [fat32] [solutions]

UPDATE 2013.04.16 Commenter Brain Fox recommends formatting your SD card or USB device as exFat to allow for greater than 4GB files on your Android device. ­čÖé Q. Hi. I read your 1080p phone/tablet MKV playback list and tested my SGS2 and you are right it works with 1080p MKVs amazing! ┬áReally enjoy it. However, I only have a few 1080p things that fit under the 4GB limit of FAT32 ­čÖü How can I get full 1080p HD movies onto