[cvsnt] Compulsary to have ntfs for w2k pro

Marcus Fuchs Marcus_news at web.de
Wed Dec 4 19:08:56 GMT 2002

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Bo Berglund wrote:

Why did you send this via mail?

 > On the command prompt:
 > convert c: /fs:ntfs /v

On my system this should be:
convert g: /fs:ntfs /v

 > Extended information from the help in WinXP:
 > -------------------------------------------
 > Convert Converts FAT and FAT32 volumes to NTFS.


 > Remarks
 > You must specify that the drive should be converted when the
is restarted. Otherwise, you cannot convert the current drive.
 > If convert cannot lock the drive (for example, the system volume or
the current drive), it offers to convert the drive the next time the
computer restarts.

And that's the problem, while the help of Win2k only says that the
current drive can't be converted. There is nothing said, that it would
prompt me if I would like to do it after a restart.
So I'm not quite sure, while the programm could be changed in WinXP?


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