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comment How to download favicon from website?
good advice! But not all sites specify it directly in the HTML, it can be inferred..
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comment How to download favicon from website?
This works the same in Firefox latest (ver 21) however, if the favicon is in the root of the site ala the IE default, it won't show up as media there! Because it is not specified directly in the HTML, it's implied.
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comment Formatting : The volume is too big for FAT32
For some reason I had trouble re-formatting a 64GB drive that was formatted to 32GB, I had to use DISKPART at the command line as indicated here: superuser.com/a/470663
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comment How to record a mp3/m3u stream using VLC?
this is great, very useful, but be sure to post in Q&A format in the future; I've edited your post into the right format.
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comment Formatting : The volume is too big for FAT32
@soandos I meant when you said "if you need a volume > 32 GB, use NTFS" is not good advice for all applications. If I formatted this 64 GB USB key as NTFS or exFAT it would be unreadable to my automobile's music system, which is where I intend to use it. It has to be FAT32.
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comment Formatting : The volume is too big for FAT32
@soandos volumes > 32 GB are valid in FAT32 and sometimes necessary; my automobile will not mount NTFS or exFAT USB drives in its audio system for example.