I've read your information. I have checked the drop in free space when transfering data. That was 32k. But did not do it with a 1 byte file. (Do you mean with this just a text file of 1 byte?)
Read also about the glitch. Perhaps it is just that. Gonna try formatting it with a F and G of 16k and then format again with the large F of 32k.
Heimdall, please do take a look at this: http://x3.bustedchain.com/x3configlive.html
It says:Standard Partitions (Xbox Stock Drive): Select this to support factory 8GB harddrives.
F Drive Gets Everything - No G Drive: Select this to support drives under 160GB.
F Drive Upto 137Gb - G Drive gets the rest: Select this to support 160GB drives and larger.
So does it mean that I have to format a F upto 137 and G takes the rest. And then with
XBPartitioner format a large F. Or is this manual just to old for the info?This post has been edited by RoyalX: Aug 12 2011, 05:49 PM