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 What file system would be the best for a USB?

Answer It depends what you are going to use it in/for.Most anything supports FAT32, but that is limited to 4GB files. To fit greater than 4GB files, you need to use NTFS (Windows), HFS+(Mac), or EXT3 ( Li... Read More »
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What is NTFS system file and FAT32 system file?

NTFS is more secure then FAT32. It allows compression, file /directory security, support for large drives and it's able to read and write to FAT32 partitions.
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I have an LG home theatre system but the surround system does not work with the receiver or any file from usb?

Unless the signal from the other audio devices contains a 5.1 signal, it will not output a true 5.1 sound. There is usually an option on the controller to emulate 5.1 sound.
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What is a system 32 file?

A system32 file, which is unique to the Windows operating system, are essential system files. The SYSTEM32 folder and respective files found within contain the core operating system files for a Win... Read More »
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How to Use the Encrypted File System(Efs)?

Microsoft Windows first introduced the EFS for data protection and data recovery. Now higher versions of windows such as Windows XP and Windows server 2003 have provided significant advancements to... Read More »
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