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Would it be a bad move to compress the hard drive,
computer is K6-2 266mhz.
It is already converted to FAT 32.
Will it make it slow to compress the hard drive?

Thanks in advance, I value your opinions!
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Wanda,

   Yes, it will slow down your system.  I wouldn't do it if i were you.  Purchase a bigger Harddrive, your system will love you for it.
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Wanda,

   Yes, it will slow down your system.  I wouldn't do it if i were you.  Purchase a bigger Harddrive, your system will love you for it.
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I forgot to say, it has 32 mg Sdram.
Thanks
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by:ingenieur
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it not a good idee!because fat32 it isen't compatible with
compression program.go to help in windows and seach for fat 32
and you will see it
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