Reformatting hard disk FAT32 to NTFS

  YKfung 13:03 01 Mar 07
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I've followed the instruction for reformatting my hard disk to NTFS from Issue 140.
After I've type the 'convert c: /fs:ntfs', it displaying:
The type of the file system is FAT32. Enter current volume label for drive c:
Can you tell me how to find the 'volume label'?

  Taff™ 13:16 01 Mar 07

It`s probably shown in the previous screen but most likely it`s blank. Try ignoring it.

  Batch 13:18 01 Mar 07

Open Windows Explorer or My Computer and where the drive letter is shown in parantheses e.g. (D:), the volume label is the name to the left of this.

Or if you right click the drive and select Properties, on the General tab, the volume label is as shown in the editable box.

  CLONNEN 13:19 01 Mar 07

Go to My Computer and right-click the drive you want to convert and select Rename. Then type something you can easily remember for the Volume ID (eg. I've called my XP drive "XP").

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