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  1. #11
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    No do not mount the drive

    ex: how will you mount the drive without the filesystem?
    \"Meditative mind\'s is like a vast ocean... whatever strikes the surface, the bottom stays calm\" - Dalai Lama
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    Format the hard disc first. Once you do, you can mount it. Mount supports multiple file system formats. Even if the kernel does not support the file system type, you can easily load a kernel module to support that file system.

    Just format the hard drive before you mount it.


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    how can i mount a drive whit fat32 (my drive d: in win XP) filesystem

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    fdisk -l (that will give you the exact hd number)
    then
    mount /dev/hd* /mnt/nameyouwant
    \"Meditative mind\'s is like a vast ocean... whatever strikes the surface, the bottom stays calm\" - Dalai Lama
    \"Competition ultimatly comes down to one thing... a loser and a winner.\" - Ugo Deschamps

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