Windows 2000 --> Windows 98 HD Conversion


Diamond Member
Jul 28, 2000
I currently have 2 physical hard drives. My C drive is in FAT32 format and can be read fine by Windows 98. However, my D drive is also FAT32 (according to Windows 2000. I have my computer dual-booted), but cannot even be found by windows 98 (only windows 2000). When I use partition magic in windows 98, it labels the D drive as an "E-Z Drive" and cannot be formatted in any way without deleting in the info on the disk. Does anyone know why windows 98 cannot detect the hard drive even though it's FAT32 and what, if anything, I can do about this problem? There's a lot of information on this disk and I don't want to erase it. Thanks for your help.