I have tried using the command line:convert J: /fs:ntfsafter the usual message about dismounting and volume label I get the message that the drive is dirty and cannot be converted.Therefore I have tried chkdsk /f command to no avail, it says no errors.Also tried windows errorchecker which seems to do nothing and just close.Any ideas? Im going in circles and really need this drive to be NTFS as I have nowhere to store my large files.Also I am running 64 bit Windows 7.
click hereyou need to run chkdsk at start up or in safemode
Have you tried running:fsutil dirty query J:from a command prompt to see if the drive has the dirty bit set?
Just tried running both in safe mode. No luck still didn't work. I tried the util too and it said no dirty set. Not sure what that means but I figure it doesn't help. Thanks
It looks as if your operating system is corrupted- see attached file. click hereSolution- I have no experience with windows 7- Sorry
As its an external drive I suppose using a different computer would be worth a try would it?
try:chkdsk J: /f /rsee if it helps.
It took all night to run the check but it worked.Thank you.Once again this website comes to my rescue.
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