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NTFS 5
Although it didn’t jump out at me at first, the biggest addition to the Windows NT 5.0 kernel is vast enhancements to the file system. For starters, Windows NT 5.0 will support FAT32. Yes, finally a disk format that doesn’t waste vast amounts of space with big clusters, supports huge drives, and most importantly, runs on both Windows NT and the Windows 9x architecture. But from the programming perspective, there’s not much to talk about with FAT32. It’s just there.


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OEM versions of Windows 95 support the following four partition types for FAT file systems that Windows NT cannot recognize.

Value
Meaning



0x0B
Primary Fat32 partition, using interrupt 13 (INT 13) extensions.

0x0C
Extended Fat32 partition, using INT 13 extensions.

0x0E
Extended Fat16 partition, using INT 13 extensions.

0x0F
Primary Fat16 partition, using INT 13 extensions.

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How to Triple Boot to Windows NT, Windows 95, and MS-DOS
Last reviewed: September 25, 1997
Article ID: Q157992
The information in this article applies to:
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation versions 3.5, 3.51, and 4.0
Microsoft Windows NT Server versions 3.5, 3.51, and 4.0
Microsoft Windows 95


SUMMARY
This article describes how to set up a computer so that the user can go directly to Windows NT, Windows 95, or MS-DOS by making a selection from the Boot.ini, without any need for Windows 95 multiple boot support.



MORE INFORMATION
This information applies to x86 processors only.

Follow these steps to enable triple boot support:


Install MS-DOS

Install Windows NT

Remove the read-only and hidden attributes of Bootsect.dos by typing and running the following line from the command prompt:
attrib -r -h bootsect.dos


Copy the boot sector for MS-DOS by typing and running the following line from the command prompt:
copy c:\bootsect.dos c:\bootsect.sav


Boot to MS-DOS and install Windows 95.

Repair the Windows NT boot sector as Windows 95 has over-written the boot sector. This will also create a new Bootsect.dos for Windows 95.
For additional information, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

ARTICLE-ID: Q104429

TITLE : Installing MS-DOS Version 6.2x After Windows NT is
Installed



Remove the read-only and hidden attributes from the Windows 95 Bootsect.dos by typing and running the following line from the command prompt:
attrib -r -h bootsect.dos


Rename the Windows 95 boot sector from c:\bootsect.dos to c:\bootsect.w40.

Rename the MS-DOS boot sector from c:\bootsect.sav to c:\bootsect.dos.

Remove the read-only attribute from boot.ini by typing and running the following line from the command prompt:
attrib -r boot.ini


Modify Boot.ini using any text editor, such as Edit or Notepad, by adding the following lines:
[Operating Systems] c:\bootsect.dos="MS-DOS v6.22" /win95dos c:\bootsect.w40="Windows 95" /win95


You should now see the additional choices of "Windows 95" and "MS-DOS v6.22" when you start Windows NT.
The new switches, /win95dos and /win95, are needed so that Windows NT can emulate the multiple boot process of Windows 95.

This article contains information about using Windows NT with a configuration that has not been tested and is not supported by Microsoft. If the steps described in this article do not function properly, use a supported configuration.

If Windows NT is going to be on the same partitions as MS-DOS and/or Windows 95, the partition must be an MS-DOS partition. Windows 95 FAT 32 partitions will not work with MS-DOS and Windows NT.

Using NTFS or FAT32 partitions will require different partitions for each operation system. The ARC path in the Boot.ini file will need to be modified to reflect the different partitions. For additional information, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

ARTICLE-ID: Q153762
TITLE: Setting Up Dual Boot After Installing Windows NT




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Additional query words: prodnt triple-boot
Keywords : ntboot nthowto NTINTEROP NTSrvWkst kbsetup
Version : 3.50 3.51 4.0 95
Platform : winnt
Issue type : kbhowto



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