How to convert HDD on Windows 98 PC to FAT32 from FAT16?
Number6 24 weeks ago
I just ran across my old Windows 98 PC that I had in college, and just for fun I’m trying to see how usable I can make it after all these years. I know the OS isn’t secure any more, but I’m probably not going to go online with it, it is more out of nostalgia than anything else that I’m playing around with it. Does anyone still remember how to convert the HDD from FAT16 to FAT32 on Windows 98 so I can free up some space?
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