|30 Jan 2010||#4|
Rather than NTFS, which can decrease the lifetime, why not format it into exfat (extended file allocation table). Its slightly better than fat 32 in terms of file arrangement, and the file size limit gone in exfat. Simply use the exfat option instead of the ntfs or fat 32.
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