Cleaning And Tuning Tips

Converting to Fat32

If you upgraded to Windows 98 on an old system, odds are the disk uses the older 16-bit FAT, or file allocation table, instead of the newer 32-bit FAT. Windows 98 includes a conversion utility that updates your disk so you won't have to reformat it. To run the utility, choose Start|Programs|Accessories|System Tools|Drive Converter (FAT32), then work your way through the Drive Converter Wizard screens.

Note: There are some issues concerning the conversion to Fat32, please read the next tip.

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