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Are you sure you have entered the convert command in the proper syntax?
If you have correctly entered the command and it fails, I would try one or both of the following:
Use Partition Wizard, if I had my data backed up.
Reformat the drive, if I had my data backed up.
But I would do nothing at all if my data was not backed up. I wouldn't even use the convert command without a backup.
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