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Saturday, December 5, 2009

How To: Format USB Devices to NTFS

Normally our pendrive or any USB devices in FAT (file allocation table) file system, FAT16 or FAT32. NTFS (New Technology File System) is better than FAT. For more info about that, feel free to read here.

Ok now how to convert from FAT to NTFS ? This is the tutorial about how we do it. Let we start with plug in your pendrive or any USB devices with your computer. Then follow the instructions below.

1. Right click on your My Computer icon at desktop
2. Select Properties > Hardware > Device Manager
3. Select Disk drives & select your USB devices
4. Right click & select Properties (see pic below)

Device Manager

5. Policies > Optimize for Performance > OK (see pic below)

Device Properties

6. Open My Computer
7. Right click your USB devices & select Format (see pic below)

Format USB Devices

8. Format your USB devices & change file system to NTFS (see pic below)

Done, now you can make your USB devices bootable which requires NTFS Format.


Gerai Naim Best...2 said...

tapi bila dah jadi NTFS pendrive tu bila kita cucuk kat usb player nape dia x leh baca file mp3...laku x kuar...nie ke keburukan NTFS...
plz jelaskan

LaNceR said...

player read partition FAT

Anonymous said...

minta tlg...ak nk tnye skit nape external hdisk ak ble nk format NTFS xbleh..die kuar "windows was unable to complete the format"

LaNceR said...

kat pc lain sama gak ke error nya ??

Anonymous said...

kalau format guna usb bukan lagi laju ke ek? sebab bila sy try guna pendrive macam sama jer slownye..

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