The use of NTFS Tools on incompatible NTFS volume may damage the file system.
Do not use the tools if the program does not recognize file system properly or you are not sure if it is.
Never execute the commands on the system volume (where operating system files are located) otherwise it will be damaged.
Volume locking is performed when writing to volumes. After executing the commands you should check the volume with the system utility chkdsk.
It is not recommended to create file names with special symbols.
Copy, overwrite, or append file to the opened NTFS volume bypassing NTFS system driver.
Open destination directory in the file panel to copy file to.
Call the command from menu.
Select the source file.
Enter destination file name.
Choose either to overwrite or append file if the destination file exists.
A continuous free space on the volume is required for writing the file.
Create a directory on the opened NTFS volume bypassing NTFS system driver.
Directory is being created in the current folder of the file panel.
Remove selected file or empty directory from opened NTFS volume bypassing NTFS system driver.
Repair NTFS directory currently opened in the file panel.