USB FATX Formatter by LegendaryFire USB XFAT Formatter Download There are a few VERY easy steps to get it working. 1) Format the USB stick as FAT32 or FAT. About 15 seconds into the format, unplug the USB drive. 2) You should get a message saying the format could not be completed. So I just erased it manually through the xbox to format it to FATX. Tried using fusefatx in Ubuntu to create/mount a FATX filesystem on. Wipe the USB Cruzer Blade 4GB stick with HDD Guru's LLF Low-level Format Tool.
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This is not another discussion about 'How to defragment a native Mac partition/drive' I've been roaming around lots of forums and everybody ask how to defragment a Mac Drive or Partition. And the answers are always like 'Why would you even want to defragment a your Mac. OSx automatically does it for you. Mac is so wonderful that. Bla bla bla.' I GOT IT, Ok.?
This time is different, I would like to know. What tool should I use to defragment a NON-Mac Disk/Partition??
El dvigatelj sd 10 podklyuchenie. Say that you happend to have an external hard drive, which is in FATx or NTFS (Windows) format, then you attach it to your Mac. You want to defragment the disk from there because you just dont have windows Laptop/PC on hand. Is this even possible from Mac, given that Mac OS is so wonderful that does not even need to defrag its file system?
I hope everybody understand my question before giving me the same answers once again. Thank you very much! Even though a Windows formatted external drive may need defragging every now and then it certainly does not need to be done on a Mac computer.
If you don't have a Windows PC handy, or one at all, then wait until you do and do the defrag on that PC. In the case that you don't have a Windows PC at all then your external drive should not be formatted with any of the Windows formats. That is IMHO just foolish. If you have no Windows PCs why in the world would you have an external formatted FAT32, exFAT or at the worst NTFS as Mac can't write to NTFS formatted drives.
Now if you have a boot camp partition with Windows installed on it then boot to Windows to do the defrag. To asnwer your real question. No it is not possible, at least not with OS X natively without having some add-on program and even then I'm not sure it can be done successfully.
Mat060 wrote: This is not another discussion about 'How to defragment a native Mac partition/drive' I've been roaming around lots of forums and everybody ask how to defragment a Mac Drive or Partition. And the answers are always like 'Why would you even want to defragment a your Mac. OSx automatically does it for you.