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برنامج البارتشن ماجيك يفي بالغرض
 

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لا لم يفلح ولم يتعرف على الايبود
وجربت ايضا هذه الطريقة بدون فائدة


و اليكم الطريقة فى خطوات :

1- اضغط ابدأ (start) ثم تشغيل (run)

2- ستظهر لك نافذة اكتب فيها هذا الامر ( CMD ) ثم اضغط OK

3- ستظهر لك نافذة للدوس اكتب داخلها الامر التالى ( CONVERT D: /FS:NTFS ) بافتراض ان القسم المراد تحويله هو الـ ( D ) ثم اضغط ادخال ( ENTER )
و ما هى الا دقائق و تنتهى عملية التحويل


4- اذا اردت تحويل نظام ملفات القسم الرئيسى ( المثبت عليه نظام التشغيل ) و ليكن القسم ( C ) اكتب الامر التالى ( CONVERT C: /FS:NTFS ) سيظهر لك سؤال اختار الاجابة بنعم ( Y ) ثم اضغط ادخال ( ENTER ) سيظهر لك سؤال اخر اجب بنعم ايضاً ( Y ) ثم اضغط ادخال ( ENTER ) مرة اخرى هنا يتم التحويل فور اعادة تشغيل الجهاز لان القسم الرئيسى يكون عليه ملفات لا يمكن تحويلها الا من الدوس
 

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جربت ان استعمل برنامج O&O PartitionManager
فوجد الايبود ولكن عندما اريد فورمات له لا اجد سوىش NTFS ولا اجد FAT 32
وانا امتلك 3 اقراص صلبة منها من يمكن تقسيمها الى NTFS او FAT 32
ومنها فقط NTFS مثل الايبود ما الذي علي عمله لكي يمكنني من فرمتت الايبدو بصيغةFAT 32
 

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شباب وصلت لهاي المرحلة بس مع اني جيد بالانجليزي بس مش عارف شو لازم اساوي بالضبط عشين غير الفورمات فهل من مترجم
The Easy Way


The easiest way to convert your iPod to FAT32 is to attach it to a Windows computer which has iTunes installed. When iTunes detects your ipod, it will offer to reformat it for you.
For iTunes 7.0.2 on Windows, the following will occur when you connect a Mac formatted iPod: A popup box stating "iTunes has detected a Macintosh-formatted iPod. You must restore this iPod before you can use it on Windows". Then in the iTunes window you'll have an option to 'Restore' the iPod. Follow the steps (iPod Software Update will be downloaded within iTunes if required). The iPod will be restored, and you'll get a window stating "Your iPod has been restored to factory settings, and is restarting. Please leave the iPod connected, and it will appear in the source list once it completes the restore process.".
You'll see a progress bar move along the iPod's screen. Once done, you'll be prompted within Windows to name the iPod and asked whether you want to automatically sync music (and possibly photos). Untick the automatic sync options and proceed. At this point you'll see your iPod connected in iTunes and the 'Format' will be 'Windows'. You'll then be able to eject the iPod.
You can then return to your Mac and install Rockbox and continue to use your iPod with iTunes on your Mac.
Manual conversion


If you have a Mac formatted iPod, and don't have access to a Windows computer, perform these steps to convert your iPod to FAT32:
a) Find your iPod and unmount it


Before you proceed you must find the device name Mac OS X has assigned to your iPod and unmount the disk. To unmount your disk, open Disk Utility (located in Applications/Utilities). Then select your iPod and click 'Unmount'. Make sure you do not eject it - this will cause the 'dd' command below to fail.
b) Download the partition table file that match your iPod


To recreate the partition table of a Windows formatted iPod you need to download the partition table file that exactly matches your iPod model. Save this to a convenient location.
NOTE: If you have the 30GB video iPod, you need to determine your sector size. This can be done with the ipodpatcher command - after identifying your iPod, type "ipodpatcher /dev/diskN" (replacing diskN with the device name assigned to your iPod). This should then display the sector size. iPod Model Partition table 5GB 1st Gen mbr-1g-5gb.bin 10GB 2nd Gen mbr-g2-10gb.bin 20GB 2nd Gen mbr-g2-20gb.bin 20GB 3rd Gen mbr-3g-20gb.bin 40GB 3rd Gen mbr-3g-40gb.bin 20GB 4th Gen mbr-4g-20gb.bin 40GB 4G Gen mbr-4g-40gb.bin 4GB Mini 1G mbr-mini1g-4gb.bin 4GB Mini 2G mbr-mini2g-4gb.bin 6GB Mini 2G mbr-mini2g-6gb.bin 1GB Nano 1st gen mbr-nano1g.bin 2GB Nano 1st gen mbr-nano2gb.bin 4GB Nano 1st gen mbr-nano4gb.bin 60GB Photo/Color mbr-photo60gb.bin 30GB Video (512-byte sectors) mbr-video30gb.bin 60GB Video (512-byte sectors) mbr-video60gb.bin 30GB Video (2048-byte sectors) mbr-video30gb-2048.bin 80GB Video (2048-byte sectors) mbr-video80gb-2048.bin
 

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For 5.5G iPods


These iPods have their storage exported as 2048-byte sectors. Simply add an argument to the 'newfs_msdos' command:
newfs_msdos -F 32 -S 2048 -v iPod /dev/rdiskNs2
I've successfully used this method on a CF-modded 5.5G iPod. However, by checking the generated filesystem, I've deduced that this method will also work on unmodded iPods. Additionally, this method is easier and simpler than the older method below. -- WilliamPoetra - 21 Jul 2008
For 5.5G iPods (older, alternative method)


If the method above doesn't work, then use this method.
You will need the mtools package installed, this is available through fink if you have it, or alternatively build mtools yourself from the source: http://mtools.linux.lu/ . As of June 13, 2008, the current version of mtools is 3.9.11.
Edit or create /etc/mtools.conf (or /sw/etc/mtools.conf if installed via fink), adding the following line to identify the iPod's main partition for mtools:
drive a: file="/dev/diskNs2"
Note that you will need administrative access (or sudo) for this step. Here you do want to include the "s2" to indicate the iPod's data partition, which is what is being reformatted to FAT32.
Now you may issue the command
mformat -t 2428 -h 255 -s 63 -S 4 -M 2048 -F a:
Some versions of mformat need '-n' instead of '-s', so if you get the error "argssize must be less than 6", try
mformat -t 2428 -h 255 -n 63 -S 4 -M 2048 -F a:
If you have trouble with the disk being in use, make sure iTunes is not running and the ipod is not mounted. Once this process finishes running, you can confirm that your iPod is now formatted as FAT32 by mounting it in Disk Utility (if it doesn't remount automatically), clicking it to select it, and looking at the formatting information at the bottom of the Disk Utility window. It should now say FAT32 instead of Macintosh Extended (Journaled).


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