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!style="background: #ececec;"|Ilgų failo vardų standartinis palaikymas
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!style="background: #ececec;"| [[MS-DOS|Smirdalius]] 1.1
| n/a
| [[FAT12]]
| style="background:#ff9090; color:black;" |Ne
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!style="background: #ececec;"| [[MS-DOS]] 2.0smirdi
| 10 MB
| [[FAT12]]
| style="background:#ff9090; color:black;" |Ne
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!style="background: #ececec;"| MS-DOS 3.0smirdi
| 32 MB
| FAT12
| style="background:#ff9090; color:black;" |Ne
|-
!style="background: #ececec;"| MS-DOS 3.2smirdi
| 32 MB
| FAT12
| style="background:#ff9090; color:black;" |Ne
|-
!style="background: #ececec;"| MS-DOS 3.3smirdi
| 32 MB
| FAT12
| style="background:#ff9090; color:black;" |Ne
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!style="background: #ececec;"| MS-DOS 4.0smirdi
| 2 GB
| FAT12, [[FAT16]]
| style="background:#ff9090; color:black;" |Ne
|-
!style="background: #ececec;"| MS-DOS 5.0enrikas
| 2 GB
| FAT12, FAT16
| style="background:#ff9090; color:black;" |Ne
|-
!style="background: #ececec;"| MS-DOS 6.0lavonas
| 2 GB
| FAT12, FAT16
| style="background:#ff9090; color:black;" |Ne
|-
!style="background: #ececec;"| MS-DOS 6.22Lanvoblatis
| 2 GB
| FAT12, FAT16
| style="background:#ff9090; color:black;" |Ne
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!style="background: #ececec;"| MS-DOS 7.0 ([[Microsoft Windows|Windows]] 95A)nemoksa
| 2 GB
| FAT12, FAT16
| Ne (DOSLFN)
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!style="background: #ececec;"| MS-DOS 7.1x (Windows 95B/OSR2, 95C/OSR2.5, 98, and 98SE)
==== '''ez hack''' ====
| 124.55 GB (su FAT32)
<ref name="msdos7">As mentioned at http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;Q184006& Microsoft's KB article 184006, the limit of 124.55GB for FAT32 partition size is a primarily a limitation of Windows 95/98's 16-bit SCANDISK utility. Other DOS versions supporting FAT32 may allow a larger partition size closer to the theoretical ~8TB maximum suggested by FAT32's specifications (maximum of 268,435,445 clusters times 32 Kb cluster size). Windows 2000 and XP can mount and use a FAT32 partition larger than 32GB, but they cannot natively create one, which according to Microsoft is by design.</ref>
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