Hi, I've been asked to convert a Windows 2000 computer that currently uses the FAT filing system to NTFS. There are at least two ways of doing this, besides formating the drive. 1) Use Convert C: /fs:ntfs at the DOS prompt. 2) Use Acronis Disk Director Suite v10. I am a registered user of Acronis Disk Director Suite v10. Does using this software offer advantages over using the Windows 2000 Convert command? If so, can I convert the partition that the software is installed on? I've never converted a drive from FAT to NTFS, before. I'm a little concerned that things might go wrong, although I'm taking the precaution of backing up all the data before hand. Any advice would be very gratefully received. Many thanks.