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  • extended FAT (extended file allocation table, extended file allocation table, extended file allocation table) ; 64-bit allocation table version of FAT.

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  • The USB port handled an external hard drive as well, once I converted it on a computer to the only hard-disk format the Thrive recognizes, which is called exFAT.

    Tablet Strives to Plug Into Laptops' Port Abilities

  • 100 HD movies, or 60 hours of HD recording in a single directory, and thus calls exFAT an

    Ars Technica

  • What's really sad is that the new SDXC cards (SD cards bigger than 32 GB) will be based off a new filesystem, called exFAT, proprietary of course.

    The Inquirer

  • To the SD Card Association exFAT, which is FAT64, probably seemed like a natural evolution from FAT32 and FAT16.

    LinuxChix aggregator

  • Dubbed "exFAT" for "Extended File Allocation Table," the technology is designed to enable flash memory devices to handle orders of magnitude more memory than the previous file system, known as simply FAT.

    InternetNews Realtime News for IT Managers

  • Hi, I have made a back-up of my 1GByte NAND flash (eboot+nk. bin+exFAT) reading the NAND with Jtag SAM-ICE, but when i program my flash with that back-up the exFAT is erased (WinCE image is allright).

    eggheadcafe.com articles

  • To encrypt a data drive, it must be formatted using either the exFAT, FAT16, FAT32, or NTFS file system and must have at least 64 MB of available memory.

    Wilders Security Forums

  • The exFAT-formatted memory card can read data at a 15MB-per-second rate, and according to SanDisk, it's enough sotrage for eight hours of high-defnition video.

    PCWorld

  • SanDisk® ImageMate® memory card readers are compatible with SDXC cards if the connected PC uses an operating system that supports exFAT.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • The exFAT-formatted memory card can read data at a 15MB-per-second rate, and according to SanDisk, it's enough storage for eight hours of high-definition video.

    ARN News

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