Mit FAT 32 formatierten SD arbeiten

Hallo, ich habe die neueste Version von Audacity auf meinem (refurbished “neuen”) Komputer installiert (WIN10). Der hat ein 64 bit system, und dementsprechand hab ich auch A. für 64 bit runtergeladen.
Ich wollte Aufnahmen von meinem NH2 von der SD-Card (im Recorder formatiert) bearbeiten, da sagt mir A., dass ich nicht Datenträger im FAT 32 Format bearbeiten kann. In den Komputer kopiert ging es dann, direkt auf der SD nicht. Ich hab´s auch mit einer Audacity 16-Bit Version probiert, geht auch nicht.
Auf dem alten Komputer mit WIN 10 ist es immer gegangen, die Dateien in den SDs direkt zu editieren.
Kann mir wer helfen?

Audacity 3.x projects (.AUP3) do not work on FAT formatted drives because the FAT format is too old and does not support secure SQLite transactions.

It’s ok to store .AUP3 projects on a FAT formatted drive provided that the project is NOT open.

This restriction only applies to Audacity 3.x. The old Audacity 2.x (.AUP) projects do not have this issue.

Audacity 3.x should be able to use a NTFS formatted USB drive, though be aware that USB drives are typically slower than internal drives and the I/O latency may be unpredictable.

Also, if a USB drive is disconnected while a project on that drive is open, the project is likely to be permanently corrupted.

Txs. Steve!
I do’nt record on the SDs by Audacity.
My recorder formats the SD-Card.
It’s recommanded, to do SD-Card formatting by the device itsselve, so that it works correctly. I used to make some cuttings afterwards on the SD by audacity, especialy remove long breakes or distortion noises …

It seems that i can’t do this any longer ‽

You can copy the file to your hard drive, work in it, and then copy it back to the SD card if you wish.

If you want to save an Audacity Project (AUP3 file) you’ll have to use your hard drive but you may not need a project file.

Hallo, that´s what I do now. I hoped, there might be a better possibility. I´ll try, if my recorder works correct with NTFS, otherwise I do so.
Anyway, thanks for your answeres!

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