Posted on 2002-04-26
I'm planning on installing win2k on my win98 computer. I have two drives, one with partitions C:,D: and E: and another with one partition - F:. I would like to install win98 on D: and do a clean install of win2k on drive C:, formatting C: before installing.
My question is: If i format C:, will this cause any trouble with the rest om the partitions. I believe formating a partition removes the FAT and I fear that the system will be unable to read the files of the rest of the partitions or does every partition have its own FAT. I would be very grateful for any comments on this one.