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    How to Convert from one file system to another?

    Hello Friends,

    My computer system is full of WD(Western Digital's) elements and I have written out a "The file is great .... for the file system of destination" (it was a file of 8 giga) then should I convert my hard disk by FAT32 to NTFS.

    Can you explain the difference between FAT32 to NTFS (I read that it is only the second reading, but in what sense? )

    And then you can illustrate a guide to make this conversion without losing data?

    Thanks to all.

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    Re: How to Convert from one file system to another?

    Hello Friends,

    My computer system is full of WD(Western Digital's) elements and I have written out a "The file is great .... for the file system of destination" (it was a file of 8 giga) then should I convert my hard disk by FAT32 to NTFS.

    Can you explain the difference between FAT32 to NTFS (I read that it is only the second reading, but in what sense? )

    And then you can illustrate a guide to make this conversion without losing data?

    Thanks to all.
    if the drive is to convert X:
    Open a command prompt and: convert x: / fs: ntfs
    and he made the conversion without losing anything.
    Agrees that the disk is not full convert more than 80% otherwise puts us a lot.

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