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Whats best to run WinXP on... NTFS or Fat32.
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  1. NTFS!!!!!
    i have a "documented" experience about my switch to NTFS, and there are WAYY more benefets to using NTFS over fat32...
    if the OS supports it, use it.
    look for my ntfs thing...
    it is in the Whats better for gaming thread.
    use the search boards. :wink:

    -DAvid

    -Live, Learn, then build your own computer!-
  2. ummm...i can't find this post. Can you give some more info... on where to find it?
  3. Go with NTFS...much more stable!!!!!!!!!!

    :tongue: <font color=red>When overclocking always be sure to wear clean underwear!</font color=red>' :tongue:
  4. NTFS

    <font color=red>:</font color=red> <font color=white>:</font color=white> <font color=blue>:</font color=blue>
  5. I recommend NTFS.

    Rob
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  6. <A HREF="http://forumz.tomshardware.com/hardware/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=37796#37796" target="_new">Here it is...</A>

    -DAvid

    -Live, Learn, then build your own computer!-
  7. rofl.


    <i>if <b>you know</b> <font color=white>you don't know<font color=black>, the way could be more easy ...
  8. Another vote for ntfs.

    Although, I have a small partition of FAT32 for common games. Like Max Payne and Icewind Dale, which are accessible through both sides (xp/me dual boot). Fortunately, neither check the registry, so I don't have to install the games twice and then patch.
  9. that depend of your needs.


    <i>if <b>you know</b> <font color=white>you don't know<font color=black>, the way could be more easy ...
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