|OMFG I found that it can be simple done using 2k/xp format program, the idea is simple:|
use /A: parameter to specify cluster size to be too smal for FAT12 - when I chose 1024B then number of clusters exceed 4096 and disk was formatted with FAT16, yeaah!
I was searching this for long hours...
The HP utility can do the same + it successfuly formated my CF in NTFS (which windows didn't) but it's not needed for me.
BTW I'd be like to get this advanced format command work also in Win98, is it possible?