Synch Media Player created a partition on my camcorder DXG-579v - now the only record camera 4 minutes on an 8G flash drive

How can I get rid of the partition? The camera now has a F & a G drive, & is much larger than the other. I don't want to sync anything on camera.

Tried to reformat - only reformatted the smaller disk.

Also - Media Player never changes the file extensions?

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Hi Hububa,

Media Player does not change the file extension, unless the user he orders him to do so.

Remove the partition from the partition for the management of records and then put in shape then fomat the camera flash player.

Follow the steps below to remove the partition management diska

a. log on as an administrator.

b. Click Start, run, type compmgmt.msc and click OK.

c. in the console tree, click Disk Management. The disk management window appears.

d. in the window management drives, right click on the partition or logical drive that you want to delete and then click on Delete Partition or delete logical drive.

e. click Yes when you are prompted to delete the partition or logical drive. The partition or logical drive is deleted.

You can see the bottom of the article for more information on this:

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/309000

If still fails, I suggest that you format the drive using the camera.

With regard to:

Samhrutha G S - Microsoft technical support.

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