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cluster

 [klus´ter]
a group of similar objects, events, or other elements in close proximity.
suicide cluster a group of suicides in which one seems to set off others.

clus·ter

(klŭs'ter),
A group of similar or identical objects occurring naturally in close proximity (as grapes) or so assembled (as beads).
[O.E. clyster]

cluster

A generic term for any of the regions in the UK (Eastern, North East, North West and West Midlands, London, and Southern) created after consultation with Strategic Health Authorities (SHAs) on how to best deliver local Information Technology solutions as part of the NHS Care Records initiative.

clus·ter

(klŭstĕr)
A group of similar or identical objects occurring naturally in close proximity (as grapes) or so assembled (as beads).
[O.E. clyster]
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6.4 Does the Proposed Integrity Verification Method Work in File Systems Other Than FAT32?
The disk space you'll recover by converting a typical 2GB drive to FAT32 will pay for a lot of the Windows 98 upgrade cost.
* Format external SD card from your PC as fat32 or extfat
The device supports NTFS and FAT32 file systems and is compatible with NTSC and PAL TV systems.
l Multiple Disk Formats Supported: Fully support disk formats and allow users to recover the lost disk partitions and get back data from File systems like HFS+, FAT16, FAT32, exFAT, etc.
Right-click on the RAW space and choose Format but ensure file system is changed to FAT32. Ensure the allocation unit size is set to default and Perform a Quick Format option is checked
Pues, ahora, la firma ha colocado en el mercado una nueva version de dicho producto, agregandole funciones mejoradas para una eficiencia mejor que le permite tener la capacidad de hacer divisiones de tipo FAT y FAT32, asi como anular la eliminacion de dichas acciones que incluyan Linux ext2 y NTFS que se hayan borrado con anterioridad.
Support for all of the major disk formats (FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, Unix/Linux and various Unix clones) is provided with individual guidance given for each respective format - as there are subtle differences in their operation.
FileX supports all FAT file formats, including FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, and, now, exFAT.
Supported File Systems: FAT, FAT32, NTFS, exFAT Wi-Fi 802.11g/n with WPA2
Perhaps the most useful new feature is the FAT32 disk filing system, again previously available on new PC`s as Win95 OEM release b, which allows big hard disks (1Gb+)to work without having to be partitioned into almost floppy disk sized chunks, and you reclaim some of your disk space lost from having a terrible 32k cluster size.
Devices using FileX for exFAT and FAT32 must obtain the necessary run-time license from Microsoft.