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drivespace on win98 - fat32

Posted on 1998-10-20
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My system is running on a fat32 partition with win98
I would like to install drivespace and I presently can't.
What do I need to do to be able to install drivespace
Please exclude the possibility of backup/format/restore
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Forget it.  Fat 32 and drivespace just ain't compatible.
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by:jesmondb
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Someone else has just gave me the answer, and it has been done,
CHECK:  the question states "What do I need to do to be able to install drivespace ".  If you are interested in knowing how, please contact me at 'jesmondb@zdnetmail.com'
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drivespace will not work on windows 98 because it will not recognise the fat 32 partition it only works on fat 16
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