Hi. First post and just need a little direction. I currently have a PIII 500 machine with win98se. My primary drive is 40 gb and I also have a second drive (60 gb).
I'm wanting to do a clean install of win2000 completely replacing win98. I've backed up everything to my second drive and am all ready to go. My bios is set to boot from CD.
When I start the install process I know that I'll have to deal with partitions and NTFS vs. FAT32.
My first question - how many partitions should I set up for win2000? I've heard 1, 2, even 3 from various sources.
Second - do I go with NTFS or FAT32? My second drive is of course FAT32. Will I have any problem accessing the files on this second drive (primarily video and audio files for video editing software and also mp3 collection)?
Any insight would be appreciated.