|16 Nov 2010||#1|
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How to format an HDD to ntfs from ext3?
A while ago, I got an HP simple save, reformatted it to ext3 in linux, but now I need to format it to ntfs so I can use it as it was originally intended.
When I plug it in, it loads in the device list, the CD partition activates, but the actual storage part is inaccessible. How can I format it to ntfs?
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