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Thread: NTFS Drives




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    Unless you're dual booting with a non-NT OS (win9x,3.x, Unixes) go with NTFS. It provides better protection.

    Example: we've all had the power go down on us during a storm, right? Usually, NTFS doesn't need to be checked afterwards. Why? It's the way NTFS was designed, with a higher fault-tolerance. FAT32 will almost always be checked in the even of recovery after power failure.

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    Oh, BTW, if it's across a network, it doesn't have any effect--or at least shouldn't have one.

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    i suggest you google "NTFS" and windows NT security and advanced sharing then come back and share your little so called "gems"* of wisdom Morgan lander...


    *gems are synonymous with little peices of ****
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