this is not directly FS related:
I've recently had trouble running DOS based programmes on my FAT32 HDD with two partitions. Some programmes even managed to corrupt the FAT (PS1.3 & AS2)...
Now I got WinXP and it's still using FAT32, but I'm considering reinstalling and converting to NTFS (and using just one partition).
Would this be a wise move, considering FS's relatively intensive hard drive activity? Is NTFS (recommended for XP) good for games?
And would there be Windows (as opposed to DOS) programmes that would have trouble with NTFS?
And has anyone ever heard of a DOS programme corrupting the FAT when run under Windows?
And what does "Remote procedure call failed" mean, besides that a remote procedure call has failed?
In short, pros & cons of NTFS and FAT32?
Any help would be appreciated