Question about Computers & Internet
Hi there, You should be able to do this by opening up "my computer" and then clicking once with the left button of your mouse the drive Icon that you wish to change.
Then right click your mouse and a menue will appear, you choose format, you should then be able to choose NTFS
Once formatted, you are ready to go!
Hope this helps, Chris
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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