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 Can Windows XP run on a FAT32 partition?

Answer Windows XP can run on the NTFS and FAT32 file systems. Users who load the operating system on the FAT32 system can later convert to the NTFS file system for security support.Source:Microsoft: Choos... Read More »
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How do I create a FAT32 partition?

Insert a Microsoft Windows 2000 or Windows XP CD into the computer's CD-ROM drive. Restart the computer, and press the "Space Bar" when the computer prompts "Press any key to boot from CD."Press "F... Read More »
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How do I partition a hard disk on XP as FAT32?

Open the New Partition WizardClick "Start". Right-click "Computer". Click "Manage". Click "Storage". Click "Disk Management". Right-click the section of your disk marked "Unallocated space". Click ... Read More »
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How do I Create a Partition for Windows Vista Using Paragon Partition Manager?

Paragon Partition Manager allows you to create, delete, hide, resize, and recover file systems that can be read on a number of different operating systems. NTFS is the default and recommended file ... Read More »
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How do I format a disk using Windows Me FAT32?

Create a Startup DiskInsert a blank floppy disk in your drive. Open the "Start" menu and highlight "Settings." Click on "Control Panel" and then "Add/Remove Programs." Open the "Startup Disk" tab a... Read More »
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