"The S10 is shipped by default with the C: partition formatted with FAT32 file system as opposed to the NTFS file system. This can be changed by using Windows XP's built in converter.
Keep in mind the following:
*This process will only convert C: from FAT32 to NTFS. It will NOT resize the partitions.
*Converting the C: partition from FAT32 to NTFS will not affect the One Key Recovery program.
*Windows XP does not include a program to convert NTFS back to FAT32
*If you do wish to return to FAT32, One Key Recovery can replace the C: partition with a factory fresh image, including FAT32. The One Key Recovery process removes ALL data, including non-factory installed software, stored on the C: partition.
Back up your data first and use these instructions at your own risk:
1. Start by opening the command prompt. Click Start, then Run. Type cmd then press enter.
2. At the command prompt type: convert C: /fs:ntfs and press enter.
3. You will be presented with the following: Would you like to force a dismount on this volume? (Y/N)
4. Type N and press enter.
5. You will then see the following: Would you like to schedule it to be converted the next time the system restarts (Y/N)?
6. Type Y and press enter.
7. Close the command prompt and reboot your computer.
8. Windows will perform a disk check followed by the partition conversion from FAT32 to NTFS. "
That's it. I did mine yesterday and it took about 7 minutes. The time will depend on the size and number of files on your S10 so it's better to do it in the early days to save some time.