Finding Solution for VFAT Device Initialization error

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At this moment, I am looking for a way to control the maximum number of files in the config.php. Previously, after searching on various online forums, I found a way, though which one can limit the types of files in the config.php. For the maximum file solution, I have already tried many different scenarios. I have realized that uploading the file to the root of install, after creating a mini.ini, was the best solution to my dilemma. Please provide me a solution to the VFAT Device Initialization error that I am encountering at the end. Following are the contents of the file:

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php.ini file:
post_max_size = 100000
upload_max_filesize = 100000

settings.php:
ini_set('post_max_size', '100000');
 ini_set('upload_max_filesize', '100000')

 

Any suggestions is appreciated.

Regards,

James.

 

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Finding Solution for VFAT Device Initialization error

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Incorrect [Paths] Section in the Msdos.sys File:

Windows 95:
Restart your computer. When you view the "Starting Windows 95" message, press F8, and then choose the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option from the Startup menu. 

Windows 98:
Restart your computer, press and hold down CTRL after your computer completes the Power On Self Test (POST), and then choose the Safe Mode Command Prompt Only option from the Startupmenu.

Type the following command at a command prompt:

–          attrib -s -h -r msdos.sys

–          Use a text editor (such as Edit.com) to open the Msdos.sys file.

Verify that the following lines in the Msdos.sys file are correct [Paths] WinDir=WindowsWinBootDir=Windows HostWinBootDrv=C where Windows is the folder that contains Windows. Note that if you are using disk compression software, you must change the drive letter in the HostWinBootDrv= line to the drive letter of the host drive.

Save and then close the Msdos.sys file.

Type the following line at a command prompt:

attrib +s +h +r msdos.sys

Restart your computer.

 

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