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Slaved a W95 disk to W2000 not readable

By Casemaker ·
Hi,
I slaved a customers old hdd running W95 to his new system running W/2000. I could not see any of his data. The hdd was recognized because I set the bios to auto detect but was unable to view any of his data. He would like to use the data from his old drive. Is it not recognized because of the different file systems. Being fat 32 and the one win2000 is using. Will I be able to get him to view and use his data.
Thanks
Mark

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Slaved a W95 disk to W2000 not readable

by pVp In reply to Slaved a W95 disk to W200 ...

Get thee over to PowerQuest, buy Partition Magic (compatible with Win2K), and convert the old partition(s) from FAT32 to a Win2K-readable scheme.

You'll be out $70, but you'll get to keep your hair and customer :)

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