[sysconfig1] Re: Hard Drives bigger then 32gig

  • From: "Kerri Hyslop" <kerribear20@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: sysconfig1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 09:35:44 -0500


I noticed that Service Pack 1 for Windows 2000 is now available on 
Microsoft's site... I'm not sure if it would resolve your issue but it is 
worth a try.


>From: Nick Diotte <ndiotte@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Reply-To: sysconfig1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: System Config Class <sysconfig1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: [sysconfig1] Hard Drives bigger then 32gig
>Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 08:44:05 -0500
>I was wondering if any of you guys knew of an issue with Windows2000 and
>harddrives bigger then 32gig..
>I currently have an 18.4gig SCSI and 45gig SCSI drive in my computer..
>Everything was running fine until I added the 45gig drive.  I was forced
>to reinstall windows and it seemed to be working until I was going video
>editing, and each directory I would make when trying to access it would
>tell me the directory is invalid (I could not delete, rename, move
>them.) Windows2k doesn't have the normal scandisk that the other windows
>do, so I was unable to check for errors that way.  But I did find out
>what my problem is.. My FAT32 table keeps becomming corrupt, and when I
>tried to format under win2k it said something about 42,000mb was not
>supported by fat32.
>Basically I want to know is there a way I can keep this drive one solid
>partition, and keep fat32 without going to NTFS?
>I'm confused on this one.... hope someone can help,
>Nick Diotte

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