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Old September 17, 2012, 09:00 AM
LarkStarr LarkStarr is offline
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That's quite strange. I'm wondering why Windows didn't detect the drive properly in the first place, and as far as I know, MBR would have been the proper choice too. Did Windows create a new MBR at this point?

I'd have to agree with JD though, your drive's FAT or MBR already sounds like it was corrupted before it got in the box.
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