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TOPIC: QUESTION - FAT OR NTFS

in english..... 12 years 10 months ago #16572

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thanks man u really training me alot hmm much of exchanging ideas. thanks a million.

and em do u call my CAPS annoying i thought in english when u want to stress a point u make it in caps so that the person or the recipient will be aware and notice ur points clear (word by word).

man u are gr8 :D
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bold and stress 12 years 10 months ago #16573

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nice to be of help,
and about the caps, dont take it personally, if you want to stress about something, all you need to do is put it in bold. caps is a bit of an overkill for attracting attention :D
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Re: QUESTION - FAT OR NTFS 12 years 10 months ago #16580

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Arani is right, using caps in chat is classed as shouting and should therefore be avoided (unless you want to shout i suppose) :lol:
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FAT or NTFS 12 years 10 months ago #16632

The only execption to all the excellent information already given is the case I've seen several times for servers where the boot drive is left as FAT with the other volumes as NTFS. Reason for this is that if the server won't boot for any reason you can boot if off a floppy etc and attempt to repair the installation (Win98 boot disk etc can access the FAT boot disk). This is becoming a bit negated now though due to the appearance of excellent bootable-CD Windows installations that can be made using Bart-PE and similar

Re: QUESTION - FAT OR NTFS 12 years 10 months ago #16636

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The only execption to all the excellent information already given is the case I've seen several times for servers where the boot drive is left as FAT with the other volumes as NTFS.


hi arani,

boot drive is FAT and the other volumes as NTFS? could booting from FAT and accessing NTFS volumes possible?

sorry if i didnt get the info right.

cheers!

Re: QUESTION - FAT OR NTFS 12 years 10 months ago #16637

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Yes its possible as TheBishop said.

It will help you suppose if your system fail to boot then you may boot the system with Win 98 / Dos (if the Boot partition in FAT). If the Partition in NTFS then you need to use the seperate NTFS boot strap to boot the system.

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