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Author Topic: Windows 8 and os-ram drive Errors (and too low frequency)  (Read 18509 times)
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« Reply #15 on: June 13, 2016, 01:30:47 pm »

Using Windows all these years has showed me that compatibility issues can arise between different Windows versions, even under the same version...

On additonal note could be to check the volume properties in Disk Management after extending a volume. For unknown reasons, one was exhibiting "NTFS" (correct) while the other was showing "RAW" (incorrect). 

Wait for the moment when a new Windows 10 build will support "odours". That should be fun Wink


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