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HFS is not a Windows formatted volume. NTFS is.

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ro2nie    0

Hi there... Listen to the MacCast 2006.10.26 at 52:50 and listen what you said... I think you meant NTFS and not HFS..

 

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Ronnie

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ro2nie    0
oh hey, i think you're right.

 

Anyway I know he got confused with the initials, but I understood it, and that's the important thing.

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monofonik    0

Yeah, I think everyone noticed that little error. Nothing huge.

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ro2nie    0
Yeah, I think everyone noticed that little error. Nothing huge.

 

Yep... Nothing huge...

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cherry su    0
Things like that happens with everyone on every podcast.

IE the last MacRoundtable where Veerporten (I think it was) constantly said that the MacBook Pro ships with 2 Megs of ram.

 

yea. caught that too.

 

if it were 2megs of ram, wouldn't you think apple were making a slightly large profit? never mind, they don't sell ram chips with 2mb on them anymore. *fast-forwards clock from 1994 to 2006*

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