Dec 31, 2007
This is an excellent site for answering questions about installing Windows 2000, including partitioning and formatting the hard drive during the installation process.

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I thought the information on the site would be much more useful to you than just explaining the formatting process, and nothing else. (And far less typing!) ;-)

I hope you think so, too.

Note: If your hard drive is over 32GB in size, you might consider partitioning and formatting the drive <i>before</i> installing the operating system, as this is the limit when using the CD to create the partition(s). If you wish to use NTFS, it is generally an easy operation to convert a partition with a FAT32 file system to NTFS, without disturbing your data.

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You can also use a third-party program, such as Partition Magic 7.0, to resize both FAT32 and NTFS partitions.

See ya ...


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