Win98, Whats the largest H-drive partition it can see?
I am running a duel boot win98/winNT4 system, I know that NT can see very lagre drive sizes and win95 can only see 2.1 gigs. Does anyone know what the largest FAT partition win98 can see?
I saw a 9 gig Segate Cheeta for only $335 at the computer show last weekend. There is another show this weekend and if I find that deal again I am going to pick one up.
As long as you are using FAT16 you are going to run into the 2.1GB limit. Use FAT32 for large drive support and Win95b-98 can see drives up to 2 terabytes:
("Large drive support
Windows now supports the use of drives greater than 2 GB (gigabytes) in capacity. The maximum supported drive size is 2 TB (terabytes). Large drive support can help you dramatically reduce the amount of wasted space on your computer's hard disk." Direct quote from Win 95 help index.
- but then can Windows NT see the FAT32 partition? Oh well, maybe the problem will be solved with Win2000.
[This message has been edited by CMonster (edited 02-26-99).]
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