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Can anyone tell me what the purpose of the "ifshlp" driver when loading windows, I know if you leave it out during step by step configuration windows wont start.
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Dtbslb,
  This driver is for 32bit file access.
  You'll need it for FAT32, but not FAT16 etc...

Tim
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