NTFS (New Technology File System) is the default file system for Windows NT and its derivatives (2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, Server 2003 and 2008).

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How can I remove OS X Extended attributes from an NTFS drive?

I have an external USB drive that was originally formatted to use on an iMac. I then wanted to use it on a Windows machine and decided instead of copying all the files over, formatting the drive, then ...
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Partition broken: Testdisk can see files and copy them, but I can't recover the partition

Some days ago I attached my usb external hard drive, and windows started to say like that: "Disk/drive is not formatted. Do you want to format it now?" So I downloaded testdisk and I tried to repair ...
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How can I clear NTFS file system level marked as bad sectors?

Just made a sector-level copy of a laptop hard disk (multiple manufacturer partitions - recovery etc.) using dd but I had already run chkdsk /f /r a number of times on the C: and it has re-mapped bad ...
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NTFS MAC Times in Hexadecimal

I am using EnCase and a Hex Editor to analyse a virtual drive. EnCase says that the this hexadecimal: 5FBF60C54F2CCF01 is the date/time (mm/dd/yy): 02/17/14 09:18:54 (PM) I have worked out ...
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“No space left on device” when writing to NTFS on Ubuntu

I'm on Ubuntu 12.04 and want to backup data to my external hard drive which is NTFS. When running cp -rp or rsync, I get no space left errors like this: `rsync: mkstemp "/media/Expansion ...
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NTFS log file specified size too small?

I was checking my disks and it (chkdsk X: /v /l /x /b) says the log file size (65536 kB - default size) is too small, in each of my partitions, so I doubled it, and redoubled it, and it's now it's 1MB ...
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EaseUS taking months to recover data from external HDD, NTFS table corrupted

My 1 TB external hard disc (WD - My Passport) stopped working and the NTFS table is corrupted so the drive is unreadable. I haven't formatted the drive so it shows up as RAW. I installed two programs ...
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Accidental partial format caused Overlapping partitions PLUS fragmented $MFTs PLUS mixed FAT and NTFS partitionss on Win8.1 USB Data drive [closed]

As per the title, I accidentally began a format via WIndows8.1 ((it came with the laptop, not my choice)), which I stopped prior to completion, on my external USB non-boot Data Drive. I've used ...
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What causes the files in Program Files to be inaccessible?

I have got strange problems on my notebook for months. I finally tracked down the problem to unusual situation in C:\Program Files, so now I ask this question here. I have got two user accounts - ...
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external drive, NTFS volume not visible via Linux (OpenSUSE 13.2)

I have an external 3TB drive. I have, connected to a Windows 7 machine, created a new partition (GUID partition table) and formatted the volume with NTFS. So far so good, I can now use the new ...
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Recovered files are filled with zeroes

I've used r-studio to attempt to recover files (jpeg images) which were lost during an (supposedly) accidental format of an NTFS partition. After a disk scan, R-studio finds a big number of "possible ...
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Is it possible to store > 5 billion files on an NTFS formatted drive?

I see two pieces of information everywhere that seem to contradict each other. They are that there is a limit of 2^32 ~= 4 billion files that can be stores on an NTFS volume. But then I always see ...
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windows access control list overwritten by linux?

My main OS is Linux, but I also have a Win7 partition that I sometimes use, e.g. for sites that only support IE. I recently switched from Ubuntu to Debian, leaving the Windows partition untouched. I ...
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Bad sectors in the same place?

My disk work perfectly but every time I found lot of bad sectors between the range 4000 Mb to 6000 Mb and remap them with tools Victoria or Hdd-Regenrator then CHKDSK /f /r. Can I make that range ...
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Hidden files, copying files from one disk to another disk, both NTFS

In Ubuntu is it possible to copy everything from one NTFS disk to another NTFS disk so all files that were hidden on the first disk get copied hidden to the second disk?
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Weird result of TestDisk

I want to recover a HD with an NTFS partition. The use of TestDisk of an image of this HD obtained using ddrescue give me this result (after DeepSearch): TestDisk 6.14, Data Recovery Utility, July ...
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Which filesystem should be used for a dual-boot machine's storage? [duplicate]

I'm planning on setting a dual-boot machine with Windows (8.1) and Debian sitting on different partitions of an SSD. The problem here is my 1.5TB storage drive. I'm planning to use Windows and Debian ...
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How to mount windows on linux with ntfs-3g

So I am trying to mount my windows partition on my arch linux partition and I am not sure what option to use under /dev/ I am using the ntfs-3g package from the official repos and the plan to run a ...
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Thousands of bad clusters discovered by chkdsk on external HDD

2 days ago, during download, uTorrent started to throw CRC error (write), i resumed failing download multiple times with no luck(same error appeared again and again just in few seconds/minutes), then ...
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Mounting Safecopy Image in Kali (Or any other OS)

I've been trying furiously for about 2 to 3 weeks to get the data off this drive. And I've had lots of learning while I've done it. However I still am with no data. I have used SafeCopy to make a copy ...
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Windows command line: how to “Replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries from this object”?

I need the same effect of the checkbox "Replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries from this object" (directory->Properties->advanced in Windows Explorer) from the ...
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Ntfs permission error

We occasionally observe damaged permissions on folders with the error: No permissions have been assigned for this object The affected systems are mostly Windows 7 but also Terminal Server 2008 and ...
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Lost Mbr Data recovery

I wanted to use gparted to position my windows 7 partitions to the first sector in my hard disk. When I executed gparted the following error message pop up to me: Warning: /dev/sda contains GPT ...
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Recover disappeared files on NTFS HD after CHKDSK

On my computer with Win7, after only one execution of CHKDSK, all files disappear on my secondary HD (around 500Gb of very important data). I read the CHKDSK logfile and it has found many mistakes on ...
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NTFS-3G unmounts USB drive as soon as it is mounted

I have created an udev rule to automount a USB hard-disk when I plug it in, but the drive doesn't appear as mounted. In /var/log/messages, I can see Dec 27 09:11:02 smug ntfs-3g[6043]: Version ...
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OneDrive on a Mounted Volume

I am trying to create a partition to store my OneDrive files so it can be accessed on both my Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu installations. The shared partition is formatted with NTFS and I am currently ...
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Does resizing partitions cause damage?

I plan on resizing already-separated partitions. Let's say that there is partition A and partition B on drive C:. All of drive C: is NTFS, and drive C: is, in total, 1 TB. Partition A has 400 GB, and ...
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How do I determine optimal Blocksize, Sectorsize, and Clustersize for a disk with millions of files?

I have millions of files on a large disk. I want to minimize the average wasted space by correctly formatting the drive. Is there any way to optimize the BlockSize, Sectorsize, and cluster size for ...
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“Access is denied” to Admin when using Sysinternals Contig to defrag the $LogFile metadata file

I have folders with hundreds of thousands, to over a million files and subfolders in each parent. I'm reading that the NTFS log file may be responsible for slow file creation and other actions. How ...
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NTFS rw-support for Mac via fstab not working

I have used an NTFS partition for a long time with my Mac getting rw support for it via the "LABEL=DriveName none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse" entry in /etc/fstab. I reinstalled Yosemite last night just to ...
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Can I recover data from a clobbered NTFS volume? [duplicate]

First of all, yes, I know I'm a moron. Long story short, I overwrote the first few dozen megabytes of a 2 terabyte disk, clobbering the partition table and beginning of an NTFS partition. It's all ...
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How to workaround when IntelliJ IDEA dumps files in profile and ignores junction?

I'm using Intellij on Windows and when I create a project it dumps a whole load of files into the profile. That's ok - because maven does this too. When maven does this I move the files to another ...
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What factors affect whether an NTFS partition can be mounted by a user on Linux?

I have two Win8-made NTFS partitions on my system. Running Debian testing, Linux kernel 3.16, I can mount one of them as a regular user, but trying to mount the other one results in an error: $ mount ...
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Format ext3 partition to NTFS and merge it with another one in Windows 8.1

A few months ago I had Linux and Windows OS on one HDD. Now I don't use the Linux and I want to format the partition to NTFS and merge it with the Windows one or at least be able to use it with ...
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removing the “click to permnantly get access” prompt on many files?

I am trying to back up files from an old hard disk; it will be placed back into the original system if/when I get that system working. However, every software will fail to backup a folder if I have ...
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NTFS “desyncronisation” with Linux and Windows

I have common data partition (D:\ in Windows) with NTFS shared by Linux and Windows 7, where Windows is on it's own OS partition (C:\) with NTFS too and Linux (Ubuntu) is on ext4. Because I do spend ...
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Apache NTFS symlink linux

I have a dualboot system with a common NTFS drive. I wish to store my files there and run from there. I ran into several roadblocks and cleared most of them. Here is what I am facing. I have set my ...
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What is the difference between creating a junction point and going to folder properties and changing the location?

I was reading up on how to maximize the lifespan of an SSD and they mention creating a junction point for the directories most written to on the SSD. I found that junction points just creates a second ...
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Using junction.exe for Windows 8 only creates a directory to copy to and is not protecting the targetted directory

I am using junction.exe for Windows 8 with commands like these D:\Downloads\Junction\junction.exe D:\Temp\Sandbox\ C:\Sandbox\ D:\Downloads\Junction\junction.exe D:\Temp\AppData ...
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Detecting and preventing HFS Plus/NTFS bit rot

Neither HFS Plus nor NTFS does any data integrity checking; aka checks for “bit rot” on data files stored on the system. This is concerning because Time Machine and similar tools cannot detect if they ...
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Paragon NTFS for Mac v12.1.62 shutting down computers, corrupting files

We have Paragon NTFS for Mac 12.1.62 on seven Mac computers. We've never had issues with Paragon for NTFS, but recently updated to version 12.1.62. Ever since, we have had multiple problems with ...
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Classic Windows oddities… (NTFS.SYS error that fixes itself?!)

I am getting a boot error with my Windows 8, regarding the fact that my ntfs.sys file is corrupt. However, if I keep retrying the boot through the "Select OS" screen, I boot successfully on the ...
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cannot delete file on windows or mac [duplicate]

I have a NTFS drive that I was editing on my Mac. I have Paragon 9 that allows me to edit NTFS. When I was moving or deleting a folder with two files in it, something got messed up and I cannot ...
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File names with illegal characters on NTFS drive [duplicate]

I have an external drive which is using NTFS. I think what has happened is the file was saved under Linux so has the illegal (to Windows) character ":" in the filename. This file can't be read by ...
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How to make Folder Properties show modified and accessed dates?

On Windows XP NTFS, when I right click a file → "Properties", I can see the created, last modified, and last accessed date: However for folders, the last modified and last accessed dates ...
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NTFS or FAT32? What's better if i dont share my files?

NTFS or FAT32? I am a domestic user and my computer is used only at home. (no pun there). I ve read somewhere that NTFS is better because it'd allow me to set different security for files in user/file ...
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Can't copy data into NTFS-formatted external HDD from Macbook [duplicate]

I have copied my whole HDD into a Macbook Pro. Now I formatted the HDD from FAT32 to NTFS. Macbook is not allowing me to copy the data back to the HDD. What do I do now?
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Files Larger Than 4GB Are Not Transferring To Hard Drive?

Moving things from my laptop to a 1TB hard drive. Stops at any file larger than 4GB saying that that there isn't enough space on the hard drive. I checked the formatting on my hard drive and it is ...
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Windows was unable to complete the format

Hi all I trying to format the memory card of mine but windows can't able to format it. I have tried for hours finding the solutions on the net but got nothing so far. Is there any way I can format my ...
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How to protect an SMB shared directory with a password on WIndows Server 2008?

There is this directoy inside a shared resource that's accessible to everyone and I have to secure it so only one user can have access to it, so I proceeded to create their account and then set the ...