A quicky:
I noticed several references to: "do a format, then a sys c:"; is this
exactly the same as "format c: /s"? I have always
used the latter and never saw a conflict message in terms of
geometries,between the BIOS and fdisk; in fact, my
fdisk is so old that it seems to lack many options(one thing: I have seen
screenshots of fdisk with 5 options ,
where mine only shows 4). I always choose large disk support, and this
implies fat32; and it always works fine
with freedos,w98, and,for that matter, xp; Choosing ntfs just creates nasty
incompatibilities.  kurt,
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