Thread: SFS Problems
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Old 24 May 2008, 10:32   #3
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I've just installed an 80 gig IDE drive in my A4000D.

Set the first partition to less than 4GB (I set mine to 1.5GB), and configure it to use fast file system (if you are running WB3.1 you need to patch it to use TD64 or NSD). I binned 3.1 and replaced it with OS3.9, which has NSD as standard.
Install WB on this small partition - make sure its bootable. Reboot.
When back in WB go back to HDToolbox and then partition the rest of the drive - but configure the partitions to use smart file system. Re-boot.
Format the SFS partitions using either sfsformat or the standard WB format command but make usre you use the quick option. That should be you.
 
 
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