Sharkface, on 17 April 2012 - 09:10 PM, said:
Just tried this for the first time, but after following this part:
I now see 2
What should I do?
Also, is it a problem that my card is automatically assigned to G:
(as opposed to F:
) ?? I only mention this because tillaz made a point of saying it should be F:
Try to have no unallocated space, so the space before your new partition should be 0. Otherwise you won't have 9 GB's of wasted space. You can resize your G-partition with a slider if you resize it again. So unallocated space before should be 0, behind about 500 MB. Tillaz makes a point of just the right amount of space, but I've reformatted several SD-cards by now and it only has to be approximately 500 MB. As long as you end up with 2 partitions, the second of the primary type, everything's fine. Don't be afraid to break your card, it can take that kind of stuff
The drive letter doesn't matter at all. It's just to make sure you have the right drive. You don't want to accidentally format the hard disk of your pc
. You can change drive letters in the control center of your pc, but that's not important for this guide.
Can you finish it now?