How do I know what file system my hard drive uses?

Knowing what file system your hard disc drive - HDD - uses is useful when doing things which require large amounts of disc space.

Capturing a minidv tape of 60 minutes can take up 13gb of space on your hdd, but a fat 32 system will only allow about 19 minutes of capture - 4gb. Whereas NTFS will capture the whole tape in one go.

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To find out what file system you have is quite easy, just open My Computer, click on the drive you wish to check, which will be C: if you only have the one, and then check on the left hand side where it says Details. You may need to click on the down arrows first.


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