ipod madness

Gabriel Dragffy dragffy at yandex.ru
Wed Apr 26 13:25:56 UTC 2006

No worries m8, not the first time I've been caught barking up the wrong tree!

On Wednesday 26 April 2006 19:11, jack wallen wrote:
> > I believe this to be incorrect, since if you format the disc with smaller
> > clusters (which means more of them)  then the File Allocation Table (FAT)
> > also grows in size to keep track of the greater number of allocation
> > points. It is very difficult to decide which size is optimal, therefore I
> > recommend booting into Acronis and having a look at the disc, this will
> > tell you just how much is being wasted for your current setup and also
> > show you the space saving/loss using other cluster sizes, thus allowing
> > you to pick the best and then convert to it.
> just thought i'd give everyone an update. i reformatted the ipod
> yesterday (vfat again) and added my music back via gtkpod. i think when
> amarok mucked up everything (remember it changing all of the language to
> chinese?) and I deleted all the songs - i'm not sure if i actually got
> everything off. so when i added the songs this time i managed to get
> 1700 + songs on and checked the remaining space - plenty o' room. so it
> must have been amarok that caused the problem!
> thank you everyone for your patience on this issue and for all of your
> help. --
> \||/   jack wallen, jr                  || life's too short for pants
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