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    Default Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    Friends i am using win 7.
    u may notice that you can format NTFS your pen derive in WIN VISTA & WIN 7.
    what i do is


    and i have




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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    wow...what pendrive is that bro???

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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    speed to amar HDD o day na

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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    an USB 1 device can achieve max 1.5MBps
    and USB 2.0 device 60MBps.

    in reality, USB 2.0 can't achieve more than 40MBps.

    unless you are using USB 3.0, it's surely windows' miscalculation.

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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    an USB 1 device can achieve max 1.5MBps
    and USB 2.0 device 60MBps.

    in reality, USB 2.0 can't achieve more than 40MBps.

    unless you are using USB 3.0, it's surely windows' miscalculation.
    its 95% accurate. and i noticed u are using windows xp sp2. and i am using windows 7.
    windows vista/7 has this NTFS FEATURE added.
    weather u can use alternate way to format penderive @ntfs @ XP.
    i used NFTS & 64 KB allocation unite.


    ---------- Post added at 21:35 ---------- Previous post was at 21:34 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    wow...what pendrive is that bro???
    its PATRIOT MEMORY. 4GB

    ---------- Post added at 21:36 ---------- Previous post was at 21:35 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by MiG^SyeD_SuNnY View Post
    speed to amar HDD o day na
    carfully look at the first picture.
    the allocation size is 64KB
    thats the main point.
    and HDD new format korle ALLOCATION 64KB the chane kore deo dekhaba result ki hoi.
    Last edited by s.a_rocky; July 24th, 2009 at 22:41.

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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    bro can u check...what speeds u get with TeraCopy
    http://www.codesector.com/teracopy.php

    it boosts my speeds...but nothing like those that u v shown

    bro...what pendriver did u use???

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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    bro can u check...what speeds u get with TeraCopy
    http://www.codesector.com/teracopy.php

    it boosts my speeds...but nothing like those that u v shown

    bro...what pendriver did u use???
    i do use PATRIOT MEMORY. 4GB. its USA manufactured. bought it from IDB
    Last edited by s.a_rocky; July 24th, 2009 at 22:52.

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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by San_sa_rocky View Post
    i do use PATRIOT MEMORY. 4GB. its USA manufactured. bought it from IDB
    how much did it cost bro???
    my Transcend 4GB is too slow....4-6MB/s...I mean it's too slow

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    Quote Originally Posted by San_sa_rocky View Post
    its 95% accurate. and i noticed u are using windows xp sp2. and i am using windows 7.
    windows vista/7 has this NTFS FEATURE added.
    weather u can use alternate way to format penderive @ntfs @ XP.
    i used NFTS & 64 KB allocation unite.


    ---------- Post added at 21:35 ---------- Previous post was at 21:34 ----------



    its PATRIOT MEMORY. 4GB

    ---------- Post added at 21:36 ---------- Previous post was at 21:35 ----------



    carfully look at the first picture.
    the allocation size is 64KB
    thats the main point.
    and HDD new format korle ALLOCATION 64KB the chane kore deo dekhaba result ki hoi.
    so you are telling me that by using windows vista/7, you can break usb 2.0's PHYSICAL limitations?

    btw, just go to your usb drives properties > hardware > properties > policies > enable optimize for performance.
    then you can format using NTFS.

    or you can try

    format X: /FS:NTFS /Q

    where x is your usb drive.


    I used ntfs usb pen drives even before vista came out. it's nice. but when you have to
    plugin it on Domain Controlled Computers (like the ones in university), it is a PITA.



    ofc, larger allocation unit size is better for usb based devices (performance wise at the cost of space).
    but exceeding physical limitations?
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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    so you are telling me that by using windows vista/7, you can break usb 2.0's PHYSICAL limitations?

    btw, just go to your usb drives properties > hardware > properties > policies > enable optimize for performance.
    then you can format using NTFS.

    or you can try

    format X: /FS:NTFS /Q

    where x is your usb drive.


    I used ntfs usb pen drives even before vista came out. it's nice. but when you have to
    plugin it on Domain Controlled Computers (like the ones in university), it is a PITA.



    ofc, larger allocation unit size is better for usb based devices (performance wise at the cost of space).
    but exceeding physical limitations?
    miscalculation perhaps...but he timed it with a stopwatch
    Last edited by dipanzan; July 24th, 2009 at 23:43.

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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    95% accurate ? :S Where exactly did you get that probability ? Stop throwing around random percentages NTFS format can be done is WinXP sp2 too. And the performance gain is not what you are seeing in the dialog. Did you notice that It starts copying really fast but slows down at the end ? Figure out why it does that

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    miscalculation perhaps...but her timed it with a stopwatch
    Simply impossible.USB 2.0 Can't break the speed barrier at 60.00MB/s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Simply impossible.USB 2.0 Can't break the speed barrier at 60.00MB/s
    and that's theoretical. practically, 40MBps is natural.
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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][cRu$h] View Post
    95% accurate ? :S Where exactly did you get that probability ? Stop throwing around random percentages NTFS format can be done is WinXP sp2 too. And the performance gain is not what you are seeing in the dialog. Did you notice that It starts copying really fast but slows down at the end ? Figure out why it does that
    when i sent that file to pendrive. it sent in 7 sec

    the file was 349MB
    so its avg was 49 MB
    and did i said 75MB was always?
    hmm i think i should mention the speed first. the screen shot was taken when it was sending.
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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    now time it in Xp with same allocation size

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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    how much did it cost bro???
    my Transcend 4GB is too slow....4-6MB/s...I mean it's too slow
    it doesnt matter of trancend or manufacturer.
    you should try the steps.
    when formatting ur pen drive follow the steps of the first picture. that will increase ur speed up.


    or if u use xp follow CvP's rules.
    Quote Originally Posted by CvP
    just go to your usb drives properties > hardware > properties > policies > enable optimize for performance.
    then you can format using NTFS.

    or you can try

    format X: /FS:NTFS /Q

    where x is your usb drive.


    I used ntfs usb pen drives even before vista came out. it's nice. but when you have to
    plugin it on Domain Controlled Computers (like the ones in university), it is a PITA.
    and mine took 750 tk
    Last edited by s.a_rocky; July 24th, 2009 at 23:35.

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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    allocation unit size komale ki speed barbe...karon amr allocation unit size always default e deoya thake

    ishh...Transcender ta na kinlei partam

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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    allocation unit size komale ki speed barbe...karon amr allocation unit size always default e deoya thake

    ishh...Transcender ta na kinlei partam
    komale na barale
    default thake 4 K er moto
    but tumi 64K porjonto allocate korte paro using NTFS

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    Default Re: Formatting PEN DRIVE/USB FLASH DRIVE

    im going to post this again:



    btw, allocation unit size is cluster size. in other words, this is minimum PHYSICAL file size.
    setting allocation size 64KB means if you have <64KB files,
    it will take 64KB space anyways (yes, even 1kb file will take 64KB space).

    but this also means less writing in the MFT and journals per file. thus, a speed gain (but not too much).
    The abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power.
    Please do not PM me for support. You will NOT get a reply. Post in the relevant forum section.

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