Right click on the drive in question
Under the General Tab note volume label
If it makes it easier...create a name like "OK"
Then repeat the conversion....it'll take place after a restart
Using Win xp home, sp2, all updates.
The following is from... PC World , Top 20 Tips for Keeping Windows XP Fresh
you can switch to NTFS without reformatting your hard disk and restoring your apps and data from a backup. Just choose Start, Run, type cmd.exe, and press <Enter> to open a Command Prompt window. Now type convert followed by a space, the drive letter, a colon, another space, and finally /fs:ntfs. For example, enter convert c: /fs:ntfs if you want to convert your C: drive to NTFS.
Tried the above and after I typed " convert E: /fs:ntfs", press enter, I get a line on the DOS screen... " Enter current volume label for drive E: _ "
I tried typing E: Local Disk, enter. Nothing happened and E drive is still FAT32.
What am I supposed to type for volume label?