Format Tags: SSD NTFS Format Storage Last response: July 15, 2012 5:30 PM in Storage Share nelson_29 July 15, 2012 5:02:37 PM I have a runcore 64gb ssd drive and it has a raw format. How can i change it to ntfs to reinstall windows? More about : format flank21 July 15, 2012 5:12:41 PM I don't think it matters what file system is on the drive. When you do a fresh install of windows it will allow you to format and/or partition your drive to NTFS before the initial installation. If your drive is not being detected in the windows setup, then you will need to download a copy of your storage controller drivers and put them on a flash drive for use during the windows setup. m 0 l mubin July 15, 2012 5:30:03 PM When you promote to select hdd during windows installation, there will be option to format. You have to click 'more option' and then format the selected partition. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedTransfer an HDD to a new build then format it? Forum SolvedFormat partition help Forum SolvedHelp with changing time format Forum SolvedNeed to format my old PATA to for use on my MAC air Forum SolvedHow to create a new Windows 7 Format Disk Forum SolvedUnable to format Sandisk Cruzer Blade 32GB USB Flash Drive Forum SolvedSSD in RAW format Forum SolvedWindows XP Startup Problem (Need to format without XP CD and Install a Linux) Forum Solvedhow do i format netbook Forum SolvedCan't Format or Use Flash After Formatting Attempt to Fat32 Forum SolvedFormat C: or D:? Forum Solvedhow to format my sony pendrive from write protection Forum SolvedDear Sir, i have a operating system windows 7 ultimate my hard disk is not recognized so i want to format it Forum SolvedWd caviar green (wd10erzx) - parking head and advanced format Forum SolvedProblems with xerox printer in connection with paper format and word documents format Forum SolvedCan I use a 512 bytes cluster size to format a SSD drive ? Forum Solvedcan virus survive quick format? Forum SolvedHow to format CD-R/DVD-RW Forum SolvedUpgrading RAM without Format Forum SolvedUnable To Format A 3.5" Hard Drive Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !