Buddy can you show me an example for /FS:FAT working.
You got only /FS:NTFS from command prompt.
Mate, to me it looks like your using win 7 and as i said i don't know if it will work in win7. However, XP does have a couple of ways of dealing with this. Yu can insert the xp pro cd and reboot. If yu want to do it yur gonna have to transfer the files and convert to fat32 and then re-install yur files on selected drive (remember GiB limit tho)
If you are indeed using an XP partition then yu might want to try the following. If your missing yur original XP disc then download a rescue CD image from interwebz. You can also give this a whirl in 7 as well see how u go
MAKE SURE YU SAVED YUR FILES NEEDED ON YUR FAT PARTITION IN A SAFE PLACE
insert your Windows XP CD (or rescue cd) into your CD-ROM, reboot your system and follow the instructions below:
After restarting your PC Setup will begin
At the Welcome to Setup screen press F10
Pressing F10 opens the recovery Console. This is a DOS based screen so you need to first specify the operating system location, i.e. C: Drive and then log in as using your Administrator Password if yur not password authorised than forget it.
After logging in type map and then hit escape key (Enter)
Highlight the drive you want to reformat. Drive letters may differ in recovery console to those in xp so refer to sizes to locate the one yu need
Type format x: /fs:fat32 Substitute the ‘x’ for the drive letter you wish to reformat and then press Enter. Use the drive letter as its expressed in recovery console NOT the one you think it shuld b
Confirm your choice by typing Y and then pressing Enter
Once the hard drive has finished formatting type Exit and then press Enter to restart your computer.
After that u can transfer those files u had in safekeeping onto the fat32 partition.
Nothing is impossible and ignore that people might say it cant be done. Google some shit, better still wikiped it
Theres an answer for everything and a way to do everything, it's all binary my friend
Please let me know if this helped or yu need more nfo
Hope this helps
I also found this link but it means downloading software which sux i know
If you are using win 7 pro yu can create an xp virtual and convert the drive part it creates to fat or do a dula boot xp and windows 7 and turn the xp part into fat
Either way it looks like yur going to have to format and not convert which is a bummer as you'll be moving files around.
Anywayz give this a go as wellhttp://www.extend-partition.com/resource/convert-ntfs-to-fat32-partition.html
Cheers and hope it helps ;-)