The Acer Aspire that I bought came with two partitions. One for the operating system and the other one for your data.
I recently restored my system and Acer’s restore disk converted the C: partition to FAT32. To convert it to NTFS, open a command prompt (under Start Menu, Acessories) and type the following command:
> convert c: /fs:ntfs
The type of the file system is FAT32.
Enter current volume label for drive C: ACER
Convert cannot run because the volume is in use by another
process. Convert may run if this volume is dismounted first.
ALL OPENED HANDLES TO THIS VOLUME WOULD THEN BE INVALID.
Would you like to force a dismount on this volume? (Y/N) n
Convert cannot gain exclusive access to the C: drive,
so it cannot convert it now. Would you like to
schedule it to be converted the next time the
system restarts (Y/N)? y
The conversion will take place automatically the next time the
Now reboot the system and it will convert the drive auomatically at the next boot.
Monday arrived my laptop that I ordered, an Acer Aspire 5100-3959.
Here are the specs:
- AMD Turion 64 Mobile Technology MK36 (2.0 GHz, 512KB L2 cache)
- 15.4 WXGA wide CrystalBrite TFT LCD
- ATI Radeon Xpress 1100 (up to 128MB onboard)
- 80GB PATA HDD
- DVD-Super Multi double layer (support DVD+R Double Layer/DVD±RW
- 512MB DDR2 (support dual-channel)
- 802.11b/g wireless LAN
- Windows XP Media Center Edition
It’s more than adequate for my needs and I’m very pleased with the purchase.