so instead of UBCD, you give me a half DOS command :p
Well thx for the help but it does not help me much
You asked a question, I gave an answer to the best of my knowledge.
The maximum default cluster size under Windows XP is 4 kilobytes (KB) because NTFS file compression is not possible on drives with a larger allocation size. The Format utility never uses clusters that are larger than 4 KB unless you specifically override that default either by using the /A: option for command-line formatting or by specifying a larger cluster size in the Format dialog box in Disk Management.
To sum it up, YOU CANT USE NTFS/FAT32 for your drives if you want your drives to be readable by any windows computer if you choose to change the cluster size. There are limitations with NTFS from what I have read on the articles provided, hence why no one has able to do it.http://support.microsoft.com/kb/140365
I really don't understand why you are even attempting to try 64KB, you aren't gaining any performance and its going to be more headaches than good.
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