fat32 /ntfs

  needlemaker 20:51 08 Oct 2007
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Hello , I have a computer running xp home,it is set up for fat32 files, i have found out the maximum file size is 4 gig ? can i change it to ntfs? I am not very experienced in computers, would be gratefull for any advice. Dave G.

  Technotiger 20:54 08 Oct 2007

A standard Windows utility that is called CONVERT serves this purpose

Just go to the Command Prompt and execute the command:

C:\> CONVERT C: /fs:ntfs

Where C: is a name of the drive you want to convert.

After machine re-boot, conversion process will start and you'll have your FAT32 converted to NTFS without any loss of data.

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