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Visual C++ and VFAT

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I'm using Visual C++.
Can anybody suggest how I can read the VFAT on windows 95 and windows NT 4 in my application?

Thanks.
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What does "read the VFAT" mean?

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You can access the tables in NT 4.0 with CreateFile().

In Windows95, I'd use the VWIN32.vxd calls.
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