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MS 2000, What to do with FAT32

By webmaster ·
To my GURU buddies;

Friends, roamers, network countrymen, lend me your glossaries. MS 2000 is a radical new thing. What do I do with my FAT 32 formatted files. Are they lost, can MS 2000 convert these, what about non-MS office ware - are these history? I don't need a treatise, just opinions. Please help.

Dean "dukeofshoe" Peters

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by borco In reply to MS 2000, What to do with ...

Hmm,

MS 2000 = MS Windows 2000??!
FAT32 formated files = files on FAT32 formated partition?!
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Because WIN2K "fully" support FAT32!
So once again what is the question?

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by webmaster In reply to MS 2000, What to do with ...

Borco,
Thank you for your comments. My friend upgraded to WIN2K and lost ability to read old files, DOS, and software. Now I know he had a hardware conflict. Thanks again.

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by hjs In reply to MS 2000, What to do with ...

Unlike Windows NT ( NTFS ) Win2k can see FAT32 partitions. There should not be a problem.

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by netbroker In reply to MS 2000, What to do with ...

you wont have a problem, win2k runs smoother with NTFS over Fat32,
install system recovery though from thre CD
all files compatible up and down, unlike NT4

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