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    I run Windows 7 Pro 64-Bitwith a ASRock P67 PRO3 (B3) MoBothat has a UEFI BIOS.I have EaseUS Partition Master Pro v9.2.2and EaseUS Partition Wizard Home v8.1.1as well as Acronis Disk Director 11 Home Build 11.0.2121My C, D and E partitions are on a 120 GB NTFS SSD with a MBR.I installed Windows 7...

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  • Change file system from NTFS to FAT32

    how to change ntfs to fat32 because i want to use 300gb external hdd in linux pc but does not mount in linux pc because external hdd in ntfs

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  • convert NTFS in to fat32

    i want to ask that when hdd is having fat32 partition it is possible to convert in to NTFS , but when u convert it in to NTFS , then afterwards it is not possible to again change it in to fat32 so i am asking u why ?

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  • Suggestions for home storage solution

    I work at home, and I often have files upwards of 4GB. Would a normal NAS FAT32 be adequate or do I need a NTFS because of file size? How is data recovery with NTFS if something happens to the NAS? Would I need to buy a GLAN? Any advice, including brands, is welcome.

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  • Please help with Windows ME external drive problem

    Thanks in advance for anyone who can help. I have looked for hours all over the internet for a similar problem but couldn't find anything like mine. I have two computers one running XP and one with ME. Recently I bought a SimpleTech 320gb usb external hard drive . I first had it formatted NTFS but...

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  • My removable drive not using the complete 16gb volume, What needs to be done?

    I have a 16gb memory card, formatted fat32, I am trying to add data, 8gb, I get a notice that there is not enough disk space. It is plugged into a usb port. What needs to be done to access the complete volume? Can this be reformatted ntfs? I tried there is no way that I can see to do it.

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  • Disk needs to be checked for consistency…

    My laptop at work is experiencing technical issues. It is extremely slow all of a sudden and I am constantly having programs that are "unresponsive". The newest issue is when my computer totally freezes up and I am forced to restart it it gives me the message: Checking file system on C: The type of...

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