Question about Fantom G-Force MegaDisk 1.0TB 7200RPM USB 2.0 16mb cache (MDU1000) Hard Drive
MY PC OS is XP Pro and uses the FAT 32 format for the internal hard drive. I just purchased a Fantom1TB G- Force external hard drive to back up my computer. Due to a print error it was suposed to use the FAT 32 format stated in the manual but it is actually a NTFS formatted drive. I do not want to reformat my FAT 32 internal drive but wish to reformatte the external Fantom NTFS drive to FAT 32.
I am not a geek so I want know if this is possible and will XP Pro do this for me without a lot of problems. I have until June 2, 2010 to return it for refund. Thanks.
My computer> right click on the terabyte> select format> make sure u change the option of ntfs to fat 32
Posted on May 27, 2010
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