My current harddisk is a Quantum Fireball on 1040 MB (at least a bit over 1
GB). In order to be able to acces the whole harddisk capacity, running under DOS, without partitioning it, i have installed Quantum Dynamic drive overlay V7.01 from
Ontrack Computer Systems. It is AFIK installed somewhere in the FAT partition. It is at least activated before DOS when starting up, and is not represented in the autoexec.bat or config.sys.
I did not installed the 32 disk access option in Quantum Dynamic drive overlay. This just means that i can't use 32 bit diskacccss in WIN31.
I do have the overlay program disk and are thus able to uninstall it.
My BIOS DO support the HD size (i autodetects it correctly) so the only purpose for installing the overlay program was to avoid the partitioning of the disk.
All in all i wolud like to get rid of Quantum Dynamic drive overlay in the process of upgrading from DOS to WIN95.
Will uninstalling the Dynamic drive overlay under DOS, i.e. before installing WIN95, destroy all data or only the ones located above 540MB?
Is it possible to install WIN95 and then uninstall the overlay without loosing data? (Will this lead to an non optimal format of the HD, I.E cluster size?)