Changing FS type reported by Wine

Stephen Mollett molletts at
Sun Dec 29 05:03:42 CST 2002

On Thursday 26 Dec 2002 23:24, Derek Broughton wrote:
> I still don't see how, even
> if you want to support all the third-party possibilities, it's possible
> to have two files systems under one drive in Windows.

On Windows 2000, it's possible to mount a FAT or FAT32 (or NTFS, of course) 
partition under an empty directory on an NTFS drive (Microsoft call it Mount 
Points; it's accessible from the disk administration MMC module - you can 
either assign a drive letter to a partition or mount it at a mount point or 


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