How to recover a FAT32 disk on a NTFS machine

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Postby K0r/\/f1@k€$ » Thu Nov 21, 2002 7:43 am

Another reason for using FAT32 is to be able to access it under Windows ME, which I also have installed. Before you shoot me :D I use it to play Quake and Worms and avoid irritating DOS niggles that Windows 2000 is subject to. There's probably a way of fixing it, but I've done it now, so unless someone else wants to know, don't make me feel stupid please ;) :p