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jw010x8941

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Hi i changed FAT32 to NTFS is there any way of changing it back? thanx
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any specific reasons that you're wanting to change it back?
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well i think that may the reason i can't update from microsoft? and maybe the reason whenever i click back it says page expired my pc never used to do any of that???
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Hi jw010x8941...

You'll have to format the drive to FAT32 and reinstall Windows to go back. This will erase all the information on the hard drive.

Read the bottom line marked Important at the bottom of this Microsoft TechNet Article.

I'm betting your problem lies elsewhere. What happens when you try to update?

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Hi when i try update i get Error 0x80004005
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That's a pretty generic error...is there more listed with the number by way of description?
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Hi just says 'The website has encountered a problem and cannot display the page you are trying to view'
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