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RE: NTFS question



By the way, www.sysinternals.com has some packages for accessing NTFS
partitions from DOS or DOS-based Windows. The freeware versions are
read-only, but for fifty bucks you can get the full read/write version of
NTFS for Win98.

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Ciao,               Paul D. DeRocco
Paul                mailto:pderocco@ix.netcom.com

> From: T.O. Galloway
>
> The NTFS uses a 'journaling' system that logs transactions to help recover
> from system crashes. MUCH more stable than Fat 32.
>
> Only draw back. If you use other operating systems (Win 98, ME),
> they cannot
> read the file structure of an NTFS formatted partition.

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