I love my Acer Tablet PC. Okay - sure - there are things I'd love to see improved and I'd like a new one. But, all that aside I love it.
However I've got one issue - it came with the had drive formated as FAT32. I let it go, even though I would get the "needs fixing" bluescreen at least once a week after a fresh boot. When it came time a couple of months ago to re-build her, I of course wanted to NTFS the drive.
BUT... no can do. The Tablet version of Windows XP that came with the machine isn't your standard Windows CD, no sir. It's a fancy-pants Acer boot cd with other little apps added to it. Which is nice 'n all, BUT... it doesn't give me much control over the Windows install and it doesn't give me an option (as far as I can tell) to NTFS the freakin' drive.
So... I'm still stuck with this FAT32 monstrosity.
Any ideas from you geeks out there? How do I pimp this beeatch?