Re: Mounting a file as a filesystem
On Fri, 6 Dec 1996, Nick Busigin wrote:
> > data destroyed on any up to now. FIPS is a very secure tool and makes it
> > possible to undo a partiton splitting without doing harm to the data on
> > it. Works well with Win95 vfat file systems.
> Just out of curiousity... does fips work with an NT file system as well?
As far as i have understood it from reading it's documentation it can only
split DOS/VFAT and nothing more. I remember that it stated something about
OS/2 but don't know. Check out the website i posted earlier. It will
answer all your questions sufficiently. Or download FIPS and read the
Regards, P. *8^)
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