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Old 06-13-2006, 09:49 AM
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Well, you can repartition the drive with GUID, and have both a FAT32 and HFS+ format, but we cannot write to HFS+.
Unless I don't understand, you probably mean that SuperDuper can write to HFS+, but not to HFS+ on the same same drive with a FAT32 partition? Did I get this right?

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If you select the drive as a direct target, we do provide you with a message about what to do... however, if you store an image on it like this, the OS is failing "under us", so we're not in a position to tell you what's wrong...
Would it be possible to detect that the partition is FAT32 and that the estimated image files size is going to be bigger than the limit of this file-system?
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