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Re: FAT32 To FAT16

On Mon, 15 Dec 1997, B-Stu wrote:

> How Do I Convert My Hard Drive For FAT32 To Fat16? 

I'm not sure it's possible without backing up the entire drive and
refomatting (assuming you can find a copy of FDISK that'll do FAT16,
which I don't think was included in Win95 OSR2). Why would you want to do

If it's to access win95 partitions from linux,  there's supposedly a
kernel patch that can do it -- I don't have any FAT32 drives,  so I've
never tried to use it.

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