Brian Foster wrote:
>>>format it under windows. msdosfs under linux does not always produce
windows like. If your goal is compatibility, windows format does what
it's supposed to do
and linux works (well) with it. I suspect you'll get the same answer
from Niall O'Broin ;)
> one fix should be to restore the original FAT16, which
> I've archived someplace (gotta find it first! ;-( ),
> or to reformat manually as FAT16 (on Linux). another
> fix may be to reformat(/resize?) the FAT32 correctly.
> but in any case, I want to understand what is going on!
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