Originally Posted by Entropius
1. The last time I tried NTFS write I wound up trashing the partition. Is it stable now?
2. Can Windows (Vista?) boxes read ext3 now?
1. When was the last time you used...
There is one other major issue with NTFS. Which, ironically, is also one of its main feature.
If you've set the security too tightly, and then transfer the drive to another machine, you may find that you can't access the data.
Actually, I was thinking more that Xeon processors don't use the same chipsets that the desktop Core 2 Duos use.
If I remember correctly, the Xeon 3000 series chips require the Intel 3000 series chipsets.
You could probably write a batch file to do the same thing, so something like:
for %%i in (*.jpg *.jpeg) do (
call :renum !filenum! %%i
Errrrrr - before you people go mucking around with system settings, please understand why you need to in the first place.
The reason for the hotfix: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/896256/en-us
(Specifically note: This solution favors...