A YOU never lost it - the hard drive has been partitioned using FAT16
, which has a 2Gb limit.
Both Windows 98 and Windows 95 with the SR2 patch give you a choice of using either the FAT16
or the FAT32 file structures.
Alter you're up and running, Windows 98 gives you the option of converting all your files--applications and data--to a FAT32 format from FAT16
. If you make the conversion, and you should, many of your applications will run faster and you'll gain between 20% and 30% of harddisk space.
Windows and older versions of 95 used FAT16
- these are the file allocation tables which tells the computer where to store and retrieve files.
Recover lost, deleted and formatted data from common file systems including APFS, HFS+, FAT16
, FAT32, exFAT, etc.