Hey guys I just reformatted one of my paritioned drives to NFTS and installed Windows XP professional. I have a 200 gig WD split into a 120 and a 70. I accidentally chose NFTS during the formatting process, any way I can change it back to FAT32?
yea, you can use partition magic but I don't recommend it. I converted my NTFS to FAT32 before. After building my new computer the and putting the HD in the FAT32 partitions got messed up and I had to format them.
I'm running NTFS now. I formatted the 70 gig drive to NTFS also. You guys persuaded me Anyways..Now I'm experiencing jitters in my computer. For example, every 5-10 minutes my computer would jitter. Like if I had winamp playing a song, the song would jitter, if I were to be moving my mouse, I would feel a freeze/jitter motion. When I open up folders and such, it would jitter also. Any ideas?