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Sidekick 98 and NTFS?

Sidekick 98 and NTFS?

Sidekick 98 and NTFS?

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Can anyone confirm there is no problem running Sidekick 98 on a NTFS disk on Win XP? I'm considering converting a FAT32 drive to NTFS.

RE: Sidekick 98 and NTFS?

Dear Bazak,

Should be no problem, as long as the power doesn't fail in the middle + you are not using the inbuilt windows program are you?
Use a program like Partition Magic or any other well known program (make a rescue disk(s)when it asks you) and make sure you backup all that is important to you first!

Regards
Jim

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