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    Convert FAT32 to NTFS

    If you want to convert FAT32 to NTFS , you can do and your data won't lose

    1. Go to RUN dialog box and type cmd .


    2. Type convert drive: /fs:ntfs


    3. Reboot your computer .

    I'm not sure in Vista , but you can in XP


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    i would use a software like acronis partition manager or disc manager dont remember the name yet. it manages all for u in all OS.

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    hey zat did u try that tweak urself before ?? coz I think that procedure would completely ruin down ur drivers & all ur data might be lost !! as Dagon mentioned,that act should be on safe mode using any partition manager application
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    hey zat did u try that tweak urself before ??
    yep, tried it and works just find..if you are unsure, you can experiment with VMWARE.that's the safest way to test your system out with a program that you are trying out..


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    well,then I would like to test it myself coz u know the best way to change ur file system is on safe mode since it is the safest way to set system configurations while in Bios setup
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reppy View Post
    hey zat did u try that tweak urself before ?? coz I think that procedure would completely ruin down ur drivers & all ur data might be lost !!
    i have converted my sys partition with no probs plus i don't think the mode windows has been booted on matters, the convertion program is run next reboot just before windows starts (at least when converting drive C:)

    but of course you're right about the data loss should you for example have a power blackout as the drive's converted (those are the kinds of things why i don't flash my bios... )
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