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I am running Windows 95 OEM SR2 but my hard disk isn't using FAT32. Isn't FAT32 part of Windows 95 OEM SR2?
Explanation: Windows 95 OEM SR2 is installed, which allows the use of FAT32 partitions, but after installing it, the system still appears to be using the older FAT (FAT16) disk volumes.
Diagnosis: FAT32 is a disk format, and while support for it is part of Windows 95 OEM SR2, this does not mean your disk volumes automatically are always going to be FAT32 just because you are running OSR2. You must use the correct tools and create FAT32 volumes if you want to use them, or convert your existing FAT16 volumes to FAT32.