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I replaced a dead hard drive in a w2k server.  I formatted the drive NTFS.  I installed the Yosemite Tapeware v7 backup software.  When I tried to mount the tape it gave me an error "Error 549 Block size too high"  and stops.  I have no idea if the old drive was Fat32 or NTFS.  Could my error be caused by the possibity that the old drive was fat and my new drive is NTFS?  
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Question by:Grognor
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Grognor,

Have you checked out http://www.yosemitetechnologies.com/support/knowledgebase.aspx?pageid=33 which identifies your problems.

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Glenn
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