Fips 2.0 does support Fat32 .... just remember to defrag first
Actually you may have a problem cause well windows 98 sometimes leaves a code
block at the end of the disk and thus fips wont work since there is not space
at the end....
If this is the case....you got 2 solutions.....buy partition magic v? or delete
one of the Fat32 partitions and install linux there..... ( also check out the
fips page they mention a couple possible files which if they are the files at
the end can be deleted safely....check there if not sorry)..
I had this occur and since I had just recently bought the system I planned to
install linux on I just deleted eveything and reinstalled it all.... Not the
best solution but if you dont have anything to important and dont mind the
effort..... windows can always use a fresh install.....
> I have Win98 with 2 FAT32 partitions. I want to create a new partition to
> install Linux on.
> I have fips and Partition Magic v2 (which apparently doesn't support FAT32).
> Is there any way of creating the partition without having to buy the latest
> version of Partition Magic (which I assume does support FAT32)?