Pc-cillin 10:25 20 Feb 2003

When I had my PC built for me 12 months ago the C-drive was formetted on FAT32. So resently I changed it to NTFS, having read that XP runs better with this, My D-was already NTFS.

My problem now is, when I do a restart the PC takes much longer to restart than it did when it was on FAT32. Is this normal? If not can you tell me how to speed it up?

As a last resort can i go back to FAT32.

  Elrond 10:30 20 Feb 2003

U can't go back to FAT32 without reformatting the whole drive etc. To speed things up download bootvis from the microsoft website and before using it, defrag the drive.

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