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Hi there - and apologies for the almost unreadable font I selected in the, just posted, topic on the same (Norton GoBack) topic.

Below is the same post - but (hopefully) MUCH easier to read:

Because my Windows 2000 Pro uses FAT32, Norton limits my Norton GoBack "history buffer" to just 4 GB.

I'm a bit nervous about converting to NTFS (just to get up to 8 GB of history buffer), but with some big files on my "E" drive, I'm simply not getting enough back-up points to choose from (like only several hours) - which severly limits the use of this program.

NB: "Custom" installation offers very few choices and I wondered if anyone knew a way to either (A) increase the history size or (B) de-selecting "D" and "E" drives to free up some space . . .

Any thoughts?

Appreciated if anyone does . . .

JSP
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