I've got a 6GB hard drive on this old box, 2GB of which is my drive C: which contains DOS 6.22 and Windows 3.1. I want to install 98 on a different partition, so I used the Windows 98 boot disk to create an extended DOS partition, then a logical drive within the partition. This logical drive is 4GB in size, and FDISK shows it up as drive D: - however, when I try to format it using
I get the error:
Invalid drive specification
Huh? How's that possible? FDISK shows that drive D: is a FAT32 system 4157MB in size which uses the entire Extended DOS Partition... why can't I format it?
I'd appreciate any suggestions or help you could provide.