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Table 13-10 512 bytes 1 KB 2 KB
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If the FAT volume was formatted using an operating system other than Windows XP, the cluster size of the converted volume is usually 512 bytes. However, if the FAT clusters happen to be aligned at the cluster size boundary, Windows XP Professional can use the variable cluster size for the converted volume.
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To convert FAT16 and FAT32 volumes to NTFS, use Convert.exe from the command line. The syntax of Convert follows:
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convert volume: /fs:ntfs [/v] [/x] [/cvtarea:filename] [/nosecurity] [/ ]
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Table 13-11 describes the parameters available with Convert.
Table 13-11 Parameter volume /fs:ntfs /v /x /cvtarea:filename
Convert Parameters
Description Specifies drive letter (followed by a colon), mounted drive, or volume name to convert. Specifies conversion of the volume to NTFS. Specifies verbose mode. All messages are displayed during conversion. Causes the volume to dismount, if necessary, before it is formatted. Any open handles to the volume become invalid. Specifies that the MFT and other NTFS metadata files are written to an existing, contiguous placeholder file. This file must be in the root folder of the volume to be converted. Specifies that default NTFS permissions will not be applied to the volume. Using the convert command together with the /nosecurity parameter mimics the behavior of the convert command in Windows 2000. Displays user help.
/nosecurity
Converting Volumes in Use
When you use the convert command, you might see the following messages: Convert cannot run because the volume is in use by another process. Convert may run if this volume is dismounted first. ALL OPEN HANDLES TO THIS VOLUME WOULD THEN BE INVALID. Would you like to force a dismount on this volume (Y/N) -orConvert cannot gain exclusive access to the [driveletter] drive, so it cannot convert it now. Would you like to schedule it to be converted the next time the system restarts (Y/N) Caution
Forcefully dismounting a volume can cause data loss if files are open when the volume is dismounted. To safely convert a volume that cannot be locked, schedule the conversion to take place when the computer restarts.
These messages appear if one of the following conditions exists. The current folder (where you run the Convert command) is on the volume to be converted For example, you cannot immediately convert the F volume if you type convert f: / fs:ntfs at the F:\> prompt. If you have multiple volumes, solve this problem by changing to a folder on another volume (by typing c: for example) and retyping the command to start the conversion. If you have only one volume, you must schedule the conversion to occur the next time you start Windows XP Professional.
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A program has a file open on the volume to be converted To solve this problem, close all programs that might be accessing the volume and ensure that remote users are not accessing files on the volume from across the network. If this does not work, run the command again and type Y to dismount the volume. If you do not want to dismount the volume, type N. Convert then prompts you to schedule the conversion to occur the next time you restart the computer. Windows XP Professional is installed on the volume to be converted, or the volume contains the paging file You cannot convert the Windows XP Professional boot volume while Windows XP Professional is running, nor can you force a dismount of the volume that contains the paging file. In these situations, you must schedule the conversion to occur the next time you start Windows XP Professional. If you must restart the computer to complete the conversion, Windows XP Professional provides a 10-second delay before the conversion begins. If necessary, cancel the conversion before the computer restarts by editing the registry. Caution
Do not edit the registry unless you have no alternative. The Registry Editor bypasses standard safeguards, allowing settings that can damage your system, or even require the reinstallation of Windows. If you must edit the registry, back it up first.
To edit the registry and cancel an NTFS conversion before the computer restarts 1. Click Start, click Run, and then type regedit.exe. 2. Click OK. 3. In the Registry Editor, navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager. 4. Delete the following value from the BootExecute entry, where x is the volume that is to be converted: autocheck autoconv \ \x: /FS:NTFS 5. Close the Registry Editor.
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