My friend is telling me that he needs to reformat his hard drive from NTFS to FAT32, because he can't share or use some special magical files from a computer running Windows NT. He brought his computer over to his boss's house, so his boss could move some files onto his computer. He says that it kept giving him the message "this file can't be used, you have to have a fat32 partition". Now I don't have any computers running NT, but from what I've noticed with 98, XP should be able to set up a network with older OS's and then move files back and forth, is this not the case with NT? Perhaps these are some magical files that can't be stored in a NTFS partition? I don't know what program/files these are exactly, and he didn't know himself to tell me. Maybe there are programs that have to be run under a certain file system? I don't know, but my guess is he didn't have the network set up correct, or something along those lines.