Originally posted by The Don
Thanks cookie but like I was telling Dx on msn im a total n00b and even if i read carefully i would probally still mess something up.
It's really simple to convert from fat32 to ntfs:
convert drive_letter: /fs:ntfs
(as explained on the page DX linked to)
So if you want to convert C: drive to ntfs:
start > run > type: convert C: /fs:ntfs
D: would be: convert D: /fs:ntfs
You won't loose anything (i know so, i've done it that way too in the past).
Originally posted by cookieRevised
PM is among the most powerfull and professional tools there are for such things. It never messed anything up for me (and I have used it heavly in the past) and is a very decent tool if you need to do more then the basic supported stuff in Windows
I agree there, i use PM too for resizing partitions (often C: needs more space). It never messed up, you just gotta let it do it's work and not interfere. You can always make backups first just incase.