FAT 32 & NTFS on same hard drive, why?

  Diodorus Siculus 23:21 21 Sep 2004

1 - Blessings on your work - Shalom to all you meet.

2 - No reason to keep what you have been given - maybe best to format and create a clean install of the OS.

3 - The advantage of the two formats is that Fat32 can be accessed via DOS (which can be useful) and NTFS is stable and faster.

4 - BUT: I would format both as NTFS and install XP. Create a system partition and a partition for data and things should be ok. As it stands, there is little point in keeping the mixture.

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