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Thread: Changing the amount of "cylinders" on a USB device?

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    Default Changing the amount of "cylinders" on a USB device?

    Right, now I have searched the wiki and forums for this...!

    My USB hard drive (300GB) is set to boot, so I type

    "fdisk -l"

    And the cyliders on my device are set to about 30000

    Anyway, what I want to know is how to change the number of cylinders to 1024, as it may cause problems apperently are the current setting.

    Thanks again!

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    No-one? I'm still searching and have found nothing...

    I must suck at google

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