An IT technician attempts to copy a large file to a USB flash drive that contains other data but the copy fails. The technician checks the properties of the flash drive and finds that it was formatted using FAT32. Which method can the technician use to easily change the file system to NTFS without losing the data files currently stored on the disk?

An IT technician attempts to copy a large file to a USB flash drive that contains other data but the copy fails. The technician checks the properties of the flash drive and finds that it was formatted using FAT32. Which method can the technician use to easily change the file system to NTFS without losing the data files currently stored on the disk?

  • Back up the data on the flash drive, reformat the drive as NTFS, and restore the data.
  • Create a new partition on the flash drive and format it as NTFS.
  • Use the Disk Management utility on Windows 10 to change the formatting.
  • Open the Command Prompt (Admin) window and use the convert command.