• Can you help me fix this Blue Screen of Death error?

    One of the PC's on my network has the dreaded blue screen with the message: ntfs.sys, page fault in a non-paged area. I changed out a faulty memory card, and I have categorically eliminated any other card failure except my AGP graphics card. I eliminated my C-drive by attempting to load Windows...

    Michael Tidmarsh30,505 pointsBadges:
  • Allocate Unallocated space on a flash drive…

    I recently downloaded a Dell diagnostic tool to my flash drive. It converted it from an 8GB NTFS drive to a 2GB FAT drive with 6GB of unallocated space. I thought this was fine at the time as I planned to simply convert it back to NTFS and reallocate the memory. However, I'm unable to recover the...

    Lordhowe175 pointsBadges:
  • Path Depth in Windows XP, Windows 7, & Vista

    I have a client that receives files from one of his clients in Sweden, the files are obviously created in Windows 7 or Vista but he is running Windows XP. Now the Files and Folders full paths can run up to 13 folders deep for example this is the full path to one of the files C:Documents and...

    shanekearney810 pointsBadges:
  • Reformatting a FAT to NTFS drive

    How can you reformat a drive from FAT to NTFS without losing all the data?

    isshin5 pointsBadges:
  • Files Automatically getting deleted

    Hello, We have an enterprise suite which runs on a client-server model. This uses the native file system to store the database. The server runs on Windows XP and also 2003 Server OS. We have noticed that suddenly some files have started missing. We checked thoroughly using Anti-virus and Anti...

    Jagdish60 pointsBadges:
  • Win XP & Partition choas

    I have just installed a clean copy of Win XP on a brand new Hard Drive having formatted it in NTFS. The partition drives seem to have become muddled.  Windows seems to have installed itself on Partition "I" which has thrown all other drives askew. My question is can I use a program like Partition...

    Compucure205 pointsBadges:
  • Hard drive format

    Can I reformat a WSV formatted drive to NTFS?

    omsharon20 pointsBadges:
  • WINDOWS SYSTEMS

    What is the difference between FAT and NTFS?

    garry4910 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory LDAP, Set Custom Security Persmissions on 3 Attributes, not the whole class

    Fellow experts, I signed up just a few minutes ago, and hope to become a valuable contributor on this forum, however I need your expertise now... so put on your AD Schema hat... I have an object class "organizationalPerson" and three optional attributes in the class. I went into adsiedit and edited...

    This1guy20 pointsBadges:
  • Windows flash drive formatting issue

    I tried to format a flash drive in NTFS, but it seems to take forever to complete formatting. Is this normal? I also tried formatting the same flash drive in exFAT, which took much less time to complete. However, I can't use the flash drive with my laptop because it doesn't have exFAT as a file...

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • 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

    Virendragupta5 pointsBadges:
  • 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 ?

    Harish19760 pointsBadges:
  • Restricting access to a file share to certain computers

    Here is the scenario. I have a Windows server 2003 domain with two DC's. This is an educational environment with roughly 3,000 computers and 30,000 users. Students are logging in with their own unique credentials. My issue is that there are multiple computer labs that need a share configured to...

    Siliconron20 pointsBadges:
  • Identical hard drive file systems

    My laptop hard drive has NFTS and my external hard drive and flash drive memory stick have the FAT system. Would it be better if all were the same? How would one go about changing the file system and would that be beneficiary to the overall function?

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • 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.

    ITKE346,195 pointsBadges:
  • converting fat volume to ntfs

    How do I do this and how do I know when I need to do this.

    Mbriley5 pointsBadges:
  • Lotus notes

    what could be the maximum size of a lotus notes database on a windows ntfs partition

    Ssytemadmincadbury10 pointsBadges:
  • When working with shared permissions which permissions set rules NTFS or Shared?

    When working with shared permissions which permissions set rules NTFS or Shared?

    Mwiggins775 pointsBadges:
  • format pendrive in ntfs file system

    How can i format my pendrive into NTFS format? If no Why? Regards Kajsaini

    Kajsaini35 pointsBadges:
  • Omega CE Beta 2.0?

    I saw this new Antimalware tool on SecurityFocus today made by a company called Black List Software. They have a website where you can download Omega and the description says that it can disable malicious software on an NTFS formatted disk from *outside* the Windows OS. I have never heard of this...

    BobT715 pointsBadges:

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