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brock101 Avatar
6y, 1w agoPosted 6 years, 1 week ago
Anyone know of a program to convert a ntfs external hard drive to fat 32

swissknife is not working on my computer for some reason
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6y, 1w agoPosted 6 years, 1 week ago

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Most versions of windows
the hard drives to big its 1.5tb
Use partition magic then to split into 2 or more till you can convert to fat32.

I have used this before good software
thanks alot that seems to have done the trick
Well wiki says max fat32 is 8TB with 32Kb clusters.

Also why would you limit yourself to 4GB files, what if you want to watch HD files?
tv support.

My TV supports NTFS oO
Windows formatter max is ~40GB for Fat32, anyway a number of reasons, Mac support, PS3/360 support, Win 2k support, divx dvd player support, tv support.

google says

"Unknown to almost everyone, the command-line FORMAT.EXE utility, installed with every copy of Windows operating system, will be more than happy to help you format your drive to FAT32. All you have to do is open up the command prompt and issue the following command:

format drive /fs:fat32

Substitute drive parameter with the drive letter of the drive you want to format into a FAT32 volume. After answering a few confirmation questions, Windows will start to format your large disk to FAT32; no special program needed. :-)"

Edited By: lumoruk on Nov 25, 2010 16:25

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