Reformatting or converting a partition to use NTFS

  FUl2tiV3 04:59 15 Jan 06

acer 4151 60gb hdd, win xp sp2. split into partitions c and d, both formatted in fat32.

i am having trouble using/editing/burning large video files due to the 4gb+ file sizes. can i format D as NTFS? it is, or will be empty. is it really as simple as right clicking D/format/select NTFS/and start? is there any disadvantage to using quick format? are there any issues having a fat32 and NTFS partitions concurently?

thanks in advance

  AndySD 05:32 15 Jan 06

click here How to Convert FAT Disks to NTFS if you have data you wish to keep on te partition, if not then Right click on My Computer choose manage then Disk Manager then choose D and right click on it and format.

  ICF 08:34 15 Jan 06

The Acer eRecovery Management system does not work under NTFS click here

  ICF 08:36 15 Jan 06

Sorry my above link does not work but this is what it said:-

Technical FAQ's

Why can't I restore my latest backup image?


Why can't I restore my latest backup image?


Acer eRecovery Management only supports FAT32-formatted D drives. You will not be able to restore your backup image once you convert the D drive to NTFS format.

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