I have found out my computer is using Fat32 which cannot extract data larger than 4gb, which NTFS can. I have looked around for info about this and the only option was to convert my hardrive to NTFS. The method of doing this was to open up the Command prompt and type in 'Convert C: /FS:NTFS' (ignoreing the ' '). But I have several queries:
1. When I did that I got a message saying 'The type of the file system is Fat32. Enter current volume label for drive C:'. - Sorry for me sounding silly here, but what is that message and what would I type in? The only hardrive I have is C: which is over 100gb big if that helps.
2. How long does it take to convert and is it a easy, safe process? I really can't backup my system since my Cd-writer is broke at the moment until I have money to buy a new one.
I'm no technical expert so could you please help me on what to do
Thank you very much,
Edited by lothiaz, 19 October 2005 - 10:38 AM.