I just bought a 20.5gb Western Digital 7200RPM hard disk to replace my 8.4 - I configured the new disk as drive C and the old 8.4 as D and ran Western Digital's EZ-BIOS utility to copy the old drive to the new (I didn't actually install EZ-BIOS - I just used the partition/copy utility on the disk. Both disks are FAT32.
The cluster size copied is still 4kb though, and Windows has problems with disks over 8gb when less than 8kb clusters are used. The only problems I see are with Scandisk/Defrag reporting Out of Memory errors.
I tried to use Partition Magic 4.0 to resize the clusters from 4k to 16k, but it runs for a minute or 2 before giving an Out of Memory error! I cannot squeeze any more conventional memory out of my bootdisk. Any ideas on what else I can use? I have Ghost 5.0 but will that resize the cluster size?