Hi, I'm having a slight problem with my Win 3.1 & PC-DOS 6.3 laptop. I once extracted a bunch of files (which I don't need anymore) from a zip-file into its hard drive, and later noticed that one of the files has an illegal character (space) in its filename, so I can't delete or rename it. I was thinking, if I start the laptop with Windows 95 bootdisk, it can handle the longfilenames, and filenames with space, and I could then delete that file. But could it damage the DOS filesystem? Bootdisk was made on a Windows 95 OSR1 computer, which does not have a FAT32 filesystem, so I guess it is compatible with DOS. Does anyone know/remember if thats correct?