PM sent, sorry I haven't been here for awhile.
It is not possible because the hard drive's filesystem has the size of the disk baked in to its format and it is encrypted on the disk. The Indigita firmware is capable of formatting the disk itself but that functionality was never hooked to a user accessible interface. Sadly I believe the internal debug serial port (shh.. it's a secret) will not take input by default (though it may print interesting messages if you hook it up right).
Cloning a disk is the best you can do (easily) but even that doesn't work 100% of the time since sometimes OEMs insist on different HD encryption keys to purposefully be incompatible with the other OEMs.
By "OEMs" are you referring to the manufacturers of the AVHD enclosures, as opposed to the manufacturers of the internal 3.5" hard drives?
|Is Indigita (or CinemaVu or Intellasys or anybody) still selling and/or supporting these AVHD drives? Thanks again.|