• How To Convert File System,FAT – FAT32 to NTFS

    by  • July 27, 2008 • Amol Wagh, Ethical hacking, General, Registry, Tips and Tricks, Tutorials, Vista, Windows, XP • 0 Comments


    Open a dos prompt and type the command

     

    convert d: /fs:NTFS

     

    This command would convert your d: drive to NTFS

     

    If the system cannot lock the drive, you will be prompted to convert it during next reboot.

     

    Normally you should select yes.

     

    Conversion from fat/fat32 to NTFS is non-destructive, your data on the drive will NOT be lost.

     

    Be aware that converting to NTFS will make that partition of your

    Drive unreadable under dos unless you have NTFS utilities to do so.

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