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T.O. Galloway Wrote: > > I have two Win98 computers networked to mine, so I installed just the > operating system--WinXP--to an NTFS partition. All other data files and > program files are contained in Fat 32 partitions. Since nothing > goes in the > operating system partition except WinXP, there's really no need for the > other computers to access that partition. > There's no need to format shared partitions as FAT32. Win9x/Me systems can read shared NTFS partitions over a network just fine. Matt Bird Photography, Articles, New Jersey Site Guides http://www.mhbirdphoto.com - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.