>Will Seagate's utility (OnTrack?) do the job?
with Seagate's "large" (> 32meg) drives will do the job. Just make
sure you run it in manual mode to get to the necessary menus.
You should be able to back up that partition, then knock (just) it outQuote:>I'd like to just re-format the one partition if possible, ...
with Disk Manager, then create a new Disk Manager partition in its
place and high-level format that, and then restore your files into the
new and improved (Disk Manager) partition. Don't forget to swtich to
using Disk Manager's dmdrvr.bin driver in config.sys before you attempt
to access the new partition though.
Disk Manager allows you to choose from a variety of cluster sizes whenQuote:>What cluster size should I expect with each of the above approaches?
you use it in manual mode.
Hope the above helps some.