HI please advise. I have windows xp and i want to change from FAT32 To NTFS. What i need to know is if i want to have an extra drive just for file storage with no operating system on it will i still be able to see and use the extra drive Thanks
If windows is instal already on a FAT32 partition you can convert to NTFS by doing this:START>RUN>CMD>CONVERT C: /FS:NTFSYou will still be able to see the drive.
If windows is installed already on a FAT32 partition you can convert to NTFS by doing this:START>RUN>CMD>CONVERT C: /FS:NTFSJust change C: to the drive you want.You will still be able to see the drive. If not there is a tool in Windows to convert other drivers connected.
Thanks for the fast response. What if i have done a reformat then installed windows xp with NTFS.Would i still be able to use the other drive.The other drive is in a caddy. Thanks
Yes you can... Windows XP will read FAT16,32 and NTFS.
You will still see the drive. My Laptop is setup with 3 Partitions C an D is NTFS E is Fat32
Just FYI I have XP on one drive which has been converted to NTFS. Two other drives, one internal, one external, are still on FAT32. both are fully visible and useable
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