Best Fixes: Microsoft Drops OneDrive Support for Non-NTFS Drives


OneDrive dropped sync support for non-NTFS drives in July 2017, arousing hot debates and complaints on both Reddit and Microsoft forums. Users attempting to link their OneDrive to anything other than an NTFS-formatted drive get a message saying "Your OneDrive folder can't be created in the location you selected". The location where you were trying to create OneDrive folder belongs to a drive with unsupported file system. To have OneDrive use a different location, click "Set up OneDrive" and point OneDrive to an NTFS drive. To use the existing location with OneDrive, you need to format it with NTFS then click "Set up OneDrive" to configure your account

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