Installed Windows 2000 on C drive and used Fat32 file system. I have a 2nd (slave) drive that is also formated for Fat32 files (it was the original drive and originally had Windows 98 installed on it - I formated it and cleaned it off). When I rebooted recently I got some kind of message on boot up - can't remember what exactly it said but it was something about NTFS file system.
My original drives are as follow:
Master drive 20 GiG hard drive
Slave drive is an 8 Gig hard drive
All of a sudden I now have an extra drive and they read as follows:
C drive (fat32) 11.1 GIG
D drive (fat32) 8 GIG
E drive (1st appeared as a NTFS dirve now reads FAT32 after I formated it) - 18.9 GIG
I am confused on what happed and why. Where did the extra drive come from and why did my C drive shrink to 11 GIG and yet the E drive show the whole 20 GIGS???
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