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Bruinaholic

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Hi, Trying to convert server 2000 from fat32 to ntfs but I am not sure what it is looking for after using the command convert c: /fs:ntfs when it says enter current volume label for drive C.

Can someone point me in the right direction on what I need to reply, please. I would greatly appreciate it.

Hi, Trying to convert server 2000 from fat32 to ntfs but I am not sure what it is looking for after using the command convert c: /fs:ntfs when it says enter current volume label for drive C.

Can someone point me in the right direction on what I need to reply, please. I would greatly appreciate it.

Edited by Bruinaholic, 18 March 2007 - 07:17 AM.

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Volume label is the name you called the drive. If you left it default C, then there is no name.
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so would I type convert c: /fs:ntfs volume C ? If not, what would the correct syntax be, please?
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Here is a procedure from MS.

Convert to NTFS
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I just entered the volume name of windows 2000 and it looks like it took....is the a way I can verify if the file system is Ntfs NOW, PLEASE?
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