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Originally Posted by MrViolin View Post

What a depressing day. Bowei. Help me dl steam later. I'll join you on this laggy comp.

help? Just download it? Very easy

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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post


Haha. True.
It was copy and paste but I had to fix the headers and there were some formatting errors at the top where the anime list pictures reside. I also don't know their ToS so I put no NSFW for now. I'll probably change it and if I get a PM or post or if the mods edit it (like on OCN), it will be changed back to no NSFW.

DAMMIT! I READ A SPOILER BY ACCIDENT, THAT'S WHY I HATE QUOTTING THIS STUFF.

 

Ahh well.

 

Meh, OCN has tough rules on ecchi but whatebver :/

post #59282 of 157357

Boy was I disappointed to find that googling "Gurkha vs Space Marine" had no relevant results.

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@Tangster or anyone else with some knowledge about PCs...

Sorry if I already asked this...

Know of any software that will extend a FAT32 partition from 1.4TB to 2TB (Maximum of FAT32 is 2TB)

Windows won't let me do it and I can't find anything else that does...

post #59284 of 157357
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

@Tangster or anyone else with some knowledge about PCs...

Sorry if I already asked this...

Know of any software that will extend a FAT32 partition from 1.4TB to 2TB (Maximum of FAT32 is 2TB)

Windows won't let me do it and I can't find anything else that does...

So an HDD is 2TB but windows will only let you recognize 1.4TB?

 

Reformat and redo? Quick format? I get problems like that with my Flash drives when not all space gets used.

 

Or are you talking about something else.

post #59285 of 157357
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

@Tangster or anyone else with some knowledge about PCs...

Sorry if I already asked this...

Know of any software that will extend a FAT32 partition from 1.4TB to 2TB (Maximum of FAT32 is 2TB)

Windows won't let me do it and I can't find anything else that does...

http://www.partitionwizard.com/download.html

post #59286 of 157357
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

http://www.partitionwizard.com/download.html

Genius, I just boot up linux and let it work its live CD magic when I have hard drive/partition problems.

 

I've created some 'dead' drives with my Mac and vice versa in the past that couldn't be unmounted/recognized/etc

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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Lol, Aki or the MC will die. Or the bullet will automagically kill both of them :P
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I could see Aki dying but not Kai since Kai is the one most involved with Kimijima Kou. He's basically the main MC, obviously.

And it wouldn't hit both since they're not lined up and IIRC bullets don't ricochet off normal human skin and flesh. Maybe in the future...well, this anime is in the "future".
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The Tek Syndicate thread seems like it's already dead. Lol
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

So an HDD is 2TB but windows will only let you recognize 1.4TB?

 

Reformat and redo? Quick format? I get problems like that with my Flash drives when not all space gets used.

 

Or are you talking about something else.

Here's what's up.

Before getting my 3TB HDD, I had a 1TB HDD with all my xbox/ps3 game "backups" on it (Xbox/PS3 ONLY recognize FAT32, not NTFS)

1TB had xbox games, 2TB had PS3 and movies/anime. I used the "convert" command to convert the 2TB to NTFS since I am not using my PS3 much and needed to move some anime movies over 4GB that were on my computer's HDD.

Fast forward a while, I sold the 1TB, moved movies and anime over to 3TB, and put xbox/ps3 games on my 2TB drive. However, I forgot to convert it back. So I moved as much as I could onto my 3TB, and formatted what I could (1.4TB)

So the other .6TB is now blank. I don't have enough room to back up everything onto other drives though, so I'd like to extend that .6TB to the 1.4TB partition so I can have a full 2TB for xbox/PS3 games.

I just realized I should "back up" some Miku games to my PS3 lol...

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You could use KDE Parted or GParyed. Both use the same basic code (I don't remember the original partitioning tool the code is borrowed from) but just with KDE or GNOME as the GUI on top. They're LiveCDs so you have to reboot and run off them. Maybe they could work via virtual machines. I've never tried it. You could also use Microsoft's built in partition manager to do the job. I think it might be in XP. It's definitely in Win 7 & 8.
Edited by HybridCore - 2/22/13 at 7:46pm
post #59291 of 157357
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

Here's what's up.

Before getting my 3TB HDD, I had a 1TB HDD with all my xbox/ps3 game "backups" on it (Xbox/PS3 ONLY recognize FAT32, not NTFS)

1TB had xbox games, 2TB had PS3 and movies/anime. I used the "convert" command to convert the 2TB to NTFS since I am not using my PS3 much and needed to move some anime movies over 4GB that were on my computer's HDD.

Fast forward a while, I sold the 1TB, moved movies and anime over to 3TB, and put xbox/ps3 games on my 2TB drive. However, I forgot to convert it back. So I moved as much as I could onto my 3TB, and formatted what I could (1.4TB)

So the other .6TB is now blank. I don't have enough room to back up everything onto other drives though, so I'd like to extend that .6TB to the 1.4TB partition so I can have a full 2TB for xbox/PS3 games.

I just realized I should "back up" some Miku games to my PS3 lol...

Try tangster's suggestion and then a live CD

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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

You could use KDE Parted or GParyed. Both use the same basic code (I don't remember the original partitioning tool the code is borrowed from) but just with KDE or GNOME as the GUI on top. They're LiveCDs so you have to reboot and run off them. Maybe they could work via virtual machines. I've never tried it. You could also use Microsoft's built in partition manager to do the job. I think it might be in XP. It's definitely in Win 7 & 8.

yep, try Windows tools first and if all fails, linux boot CD, unless some program comes up.

post #59292 of 157357
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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

You could use KDE Parted or GParyed. Both use the same basic code (I don't remember the original partitioning tool the code is borrowed from) but just with KDE or GNOME as the GUI on top. They're LiveCDs so you have to reboot and run off them. Maybe they could work via virtual machines. I've never tried it. You could also use Microsoft's built in partition manager to do the job. I think it might be in XP. It's definitely in Win 7 & 8.

Windows one won't let me go beyond my 1.4TB partition lol.

I'll try them if this other program doesn't work.

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Thread Starter 
The Windows built in should work. I've also used the command prompt to do so...well, I was preparing my 500GB internal hard drive for use my assigning it a label/letter and formatting it.
post #59294 of 157357
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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

The Windows built in should work. I've also used the command prompt to do so...well, I was preparing my 500GB internal hard drive for use my assigning it a label/letter and formatting it.

It should. I was thinking of what I was doing which was much different. Had a drive formatted with something Windows would not even attempt to recognize. The Mac fixed it though.

post #59295 of 157357

Found another problem with Project H:

When browsing with my netbook sitting on top of my PH unit, it's easy to turn the volume knob. :3

Such a first world problem though... I love the knob on it!

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