[ct-user] win 2000 tips???
Sun, 5 Aug 2001 12:10:18 -0400
Windows 2000 can be installed to dual boot with other operating systems,
including real DOS Version 6.22 or Win 98
It is easier to do this when you first install DOS or 98 and then Win 2000,
but it can be done after Win 2K is there.
A web page that explains how to do this is
Several other similar pages can be found with a www.google.com search.
Note that if both OS's are running on the same disk partition (Drive
Letter), then the lowest common denominator file system must be used - ie;
2K and 98 - FAT32 file system
2K and DOS 6.22 - FAT File system
File systems other than NTFS have limitations on partition size and other
A discussion of limitations of FAT32 is at
I hope this helps.
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> Subject: [ct-user] win 2000 tips???
> I purchased CT version 9.23 on April 21, 1995, because it was the
> ultimate, top of the line, ham logging software on the market for
> serious and discriminating ham radio operators and contesters.
> I have long gotten rid of windows 3.1. I wish to use CT again, but now
> on my windows 2000 professional machine.
> What tips might you have for win 2000 pro users like me, to create the
> environment on my computer in which the CT program can function?
> If win2kpro tips are not available, it is very unfortunate for me that
> I will be forced into using your competitors logging software that is
> fully compatibility with today's desktop computers. Just in case you
> do not come through, can you advise best win2kpro logging software
> that I can use for DXing and contesting?
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