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 does Windows calculate the fragmentation percentage?

When running defrag -a -v C: on Windows 2008 R2, I got the following output: Windows Disk Defragmenter Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corp. Analysis report for volume C: Volume size ...
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NTFS Partition disappeared after windows chkdsk

I dual boot Ubuntu and Windows 7, and share(d) a 3TB GUID NTFS partition between the two. This worked fine for ages. Yesterday I did a large file copy from a suspect (perhaps failing) ext3 partition: ...
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Not able to cut files in ntfs drive

I recently purchased a md101 macbook pro model. I installed tuxera for ntfs read/write permission. I can access my drive without any issues. I cut write to the drive, delete a file in the drive and ...
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What should I do to use my hard drive on a Samsung Tablet? [migrated]

I have a 2 TB hard drive full of movies. I am getting bored watching movies on the computer so I decided buy a Samsung Galaxy Tab. My hard drive is NTFS and my friends told me that I have to convert ...
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How to gain access to Windows Users folders on a read-only backup medium

I have created a backup of a main (C:) volume of my old (Windows 7) computer and I am able to mount it as a read-only volume on my new (Windows 8.1) computer. When I try accessing a user folder under ...
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How can I recover data from an interrupted file system conversion? [closed]

I attempted to convert a USB 2TB drive (containing around 500GB of data) from NTFS to HFS+. The process was done using Paragon Partition manager on Windows. It started OK, and began walking the disk ...
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intermittent reparsepoint attribute

We have a file server with a directory S:\ that is shared out as \\server\share. On the server we have the directories S:\rootDir1, S:\rootDir1\subDir, S:\rootDir2, and a junction ...
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How to determine if two directory pathnames resolve to the same target

I am trying to implement a function in powershell that can reliably tell me if the directories referenced by two valid path names are indeed the same. It needs to be able to handle directories which ...
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read-only NTFS junction point or symlink

On our file server, we have a directory, lets say S:\, that is shared out as \\server\share. This share is mounted (mapped) by our app server, as say M:\ = \\server\share We use a particular ...
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How to install Windows 7 after removing Windows 10?

After this problem (not being able to mount ntfs drives in Linux after installation of Windows 10 because of hybrid shutdown technology) I have deleted both Windows/ntfs partitions and created new ...
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how to install windows 7 on GPT disk partition [duplicate]

I try to install windows 7 on my laptop. The partition I try to install it on is in NTFS format. When I clicking thorugh the installation steps and come to the part were I'm going to choose where ...
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Cannot mount NTFS partitions because of Windows 10?

I have a multi-boot computer, one of the partitions is taken by Windows 10 technical preview and another one is also ntfs. Booting in an Ubuntu-eOS system I get this errors when trying to mount these ...
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Is an NTFS partition containing valuable data safe on a Linux machine?

I have a machine running Ubuntu. The hard-disk (size 600 GB) contains an NTFS partition (size 300 GB) with intensive read/write operations on it. Considering NTFS is not a native Linux file system, ...
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NTFS Security Settings Authenticated Users not in list

Working on securing permissions on network shares in the office and I wanted to use "Authenticated Users" group instead of one I already had called "public fileshare users". They serve me the same ...
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What files can I safely enable NTFS compression for on Windows 7/8 USB bootable drive?

The title says it all. I am just a few MB short of copying the needed files to a USB flash drive I intend to use for installing Windows. I have marked the partition as active. I was wondering if I can ...
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Windows 8.1 no longer recognize disk with a NTFS AND a ext4 ubuntu install

So, as I do every 6 month, I installed a Ubuntu partition on my computer. I have a main SSD (C:) with Win8.1 on it and I had a secondary HDD (D:) with a single huge NTFS partition on it for my data. ...
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How to allocate partition of more than 2TB?

I've installed a Windows 8.1 on a 3TB hard disk, creating an initial system partion with approx. 300GB. Now I'd like to create partitions on the remaining space, however Windows won't let me do it. ...
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Shrinking a partition in windows 7

im trying to shrink my C: drive to make another partition where im planning to install Debian. When im trying to shrink the partition, it says: Size of available shrink space in MB = 0 Is there ...
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How can I write to Journaled HFS+ from NTFS?

I have an external (USB) drive that I’m fairly sure is NTFS formatted. I would like to copy the files off of it, reformat it for Mac, and then put the files back on it. I am aware that you can’t ...
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Can't mount device

everybody! I have a strange problem. When i try to mount hard drive or usb flash i see the strange messages in syslog. And i can't rw on my device. What the stange thing is happened? I use Debian 8.0 ...
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How to convert Hierarchical File System (HFS) to FAT/NTFS?

I know how to change FAT32 to NTFS file system and vice-versa. But I am unaware of Hierarchical File System (HFS). So please tell me if anyone knows how to convert HFS to NTFS/FAT32 ? Thanks in ...
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How to format HDD unrecoverable NTFS partitions

I know it is impossible to format the data from hdd to be unrecoverable, but I search for some really good way to format NTFS partitions. I can use Linux or Windows to do that and I think Linux is the ...
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Unallocated space split

Can someone explain this one. Forgive my amateur knowledge... I am using a 500GB MBR disk for my OS drive. Before this, I had a total of 5 partitions with 2 linked together as "extended ...
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Fast folder & file synchronization with ntfs

Who knows a faster file synchonization method to syncronise two folders bi-directionaly on ntfs formatted drives. I know there are a lot of freeware tools out there, but most of them are too slow for ...
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When overwriting a file, how does this effect the filesystem NTFS?

Say a I have a secondary hard drive that has been defragged and optimized so that the data is a nice neat continuous block with no missing spaces/clusters. Like a solid brick wall. If I copy a file ...
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Multi-boot: Windows 10 cannot see one ntfs drive

On a computer normally running Windows 7 (sda4) and Linux (Mint, sda5) in dual-boot, I have created two separate partitions (sda6 and sda7) within the same extended partition (sda3) as the Mint ...
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Why while doing a CentOS 7 installation (with Windows 7) at the partition step Windows partitions (NTFS) are not visible?

I want to install CentOS 7 on my machine along with Windows 7 prof 64 bit OS. I download CentOS iso and make pendrive bootable by using dd command in Linux. When I started installation I selected ...
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Disk space usage in large folders with over one million files

I have a NTFS-compressed folder containing one to two million small (~25KB) text files. Recently, I noticed that far more space was being consumed than would be expected. Digging deeper revealed that ...
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Best copy process with pending sectors?

I'm a bit confused due to this thread: Any way to recover a file with bad blocks (CRC error in Windows)? I recently decided on a Synology DS1815+ with four WD4000FYYZ HDDs (SHR2, which is Synology’s ...
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Windows converted all files to .lwsdnrl format?

I have some problems with Windows XP. After scanning the whole file system with anti-virus program, each and every file got an extension ".lwsdnrl" ? Even if I try to open the file with the ...
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convert a disk from hpfs to ntfs in windows 2008 server

I have an external disk wich a have formated in HPFS ( That's is the only file system XBOX 360 understands where you can put files bigger than 3 gig) At this moment i don't use the XBOX anay more and ...
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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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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 ...