B) In the command prompt, type diskpart and press Enter.
C) In the command prompt, type list volume and press Enter. NOTE:This
will let you see what the drive letter is for the drive that you want
to connvert since it may not always be the same drive letter that it is
D) After making note of the drive letter, type exit and press Enter.
E) Continue on to step 3 to convert the drive.
3. In the command prompt, type convert drive letter: /fs:ntfs and press Enter. (See screenshot below) NOTE:Substitute drive letter
for the drive letter of the FAT or FAT32 drive or partition that you
want to convert to NTFS. For example, I want to convert my USB flash
key with the drive letter G: , so I would type convert g: /fs:ntfs and press enter.
4. If prompted to Enter current volume label for drive(drive letter) (ex: G: ), then enter the name (ex: NEW VOLUME) of this drive letter as it is displayed in the Computer window and press Enter.
5. When the conversion to NTFS is complete, you receive the Conversion complete message. NOTE:This
may take a while to convert depending on full and large the drive is.
It may also seem like it has hung at points, but be patient and let it
6. Close the command prompt. NOTE:If you used a command prompt at boot, then also close the System Recovery Options window and restart the computer.