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Old 01-13-2010, 02:52 AM
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Default Re: Why can we not record to FAT drives any more?

FAT32 support is fading away. Might be used in Flash drives, but that is it. Only flash drives. And that might be changing soon as well depending on the USB 3.0 specs.
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FAT32 support is fading away. Might be used in Flash drives, but that is it. Only flash drives. And that might be changing soon as well depending on the USB 3.0 specs.
ExFAT if your using Vista or 7. I agree FAT32 is dead and has been for a while. But Digi or MAudio needs to include it in MPowered if they have dropped FAT32 support from Pro Tools.
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ExFAT if your using Vista or 7. I agree FAT32 is dead and has been for a while. But Digi or MAudio needs to include it in MPowered if they have dropped FAT32 support from Pro Tools.
Agreed! All those will be Avid anyway so it will be a matter of time. And where is the NAMM news? The only thing that came out was the Instrument bundle, which I'm not that interested in.
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i guess the hfs+ support is a non issue now that m-powered is no more..rip
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