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I had a FAT32 partition, and I run the following command:

C:\USERS\USER1\CONVERT D: /FS: NTFS

Not run this command, but asked me to reset my computer.

I reset my computer. CHKDSK first startup, and then was converted. Windows was started at the end.

But drive D: will not open.

Drive D: is seen.When I'm clicking on the icon, the window is seen below "D:\ is not accessible. The volume is too fragmented complete this operation." Window Title is "Location is not accessible".Of course, the drive to fill Windows 7 shows.

How can I repair my drive?

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But drive D: will not open.

Will not open how? It may be that the partition has been converted fine but is not assigned a drive letter.

Click Start, Run and then type diskmgmt.msc and see if the partition is visible and assigned a drive letter. If not, assign one.

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Drive D: is seen.When I'm clicking on the icon, the window is seen below "D:\ is not accessible. The volume is too fragmented complete this operation." Window Title is "Location is not accessible".Of course, the drive to fill Windows 7 shows. –  M R Jafari May 1 '11 at 4:25
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Did you try defragging the disk? The error message says it all. NTFS needs some space to contain MFT and other metadata

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