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Old 12-08-2008, 12:19 PM
mkraft mkraft is offline
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Can different partitions have different formatting?

Can different formatting co-exist on the same physical HD (i.e., in different partitions)?

If not, does that mean that files saved in a Windows virtualization environment can't be backed up to the same HD that a SD backup is stored on (because the Windows files need to be stored on a FAT-32 volume)?

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