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NTFS to FAT32 Wizard [Home]

Convert Between NTFS and FAT32 Without Data Loss

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Platforms: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8
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Remember the last time you tried to convert a volume between NTFS and FAT32 formatting? Scary, huh? How much data did you lose? Enough to make you never want to ever do that conversion ever again, right? Well, with today’s discount software promotion, you can safely and securely convert between these two formats without worry. It’s NTFS to FAT32 Wizard!

NTFS to FAT32 Wizard lets you convert volumes between NTFS and FAT32 without any data loss. With NTFS to FAT32 Wizard, you’ll enjoy fast and reliable conversions without all of the messy cleanup associated with other, less effective methods. Plus, NTFS to FAT32 Wizard is fast, fast, fast, with the ability to convert a partition with 400Gb of data within 10 seconds!

Best of all, conversions done using NTFS to FAT32 Wizard aren’t a one-way street. You can choose to bounce back to NTFS from FAT32 or vice versa whenever you want. And, as expected, your data is safeguarded from loss again and again. The entire process is intuitive and friendly, with no requirements for partitioning or formatting, and it works across all types of storage devices, from internal drives to external drives, USB drives, and even SSDs.

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Danny What is it now to convert NTFS to FAT32 format??
May 14 2013 at 12:53am Copy Link
SharpNight LLC @ Danny, it's on schedule.
SharpNight LLC - May 14 2013 at 12:55am Copy Link
Danny Okay, take a look at will or so!
May 14 2013 at 12:59am Copy Link
Lwarom It's the easy way using above app. to do the job and the less easy way to convert NTFS partition to FAT32 without purchasing 3rd-party programs or re-formatting the partition, for Windows provides this function. Click Start, type "cmd" in the search box, press Enter, type "convert F: /FS:NTFS" in the command prompt, press Enter. (NOTE: this method is irreversible unless you format your partition.)
When converting NTFS to FAT32, you have only two methods. One is to format your NTFS partition. If there is enough free disk space in other partitions, you can copy data to free space and then format the NTFS partition to FAT32. After you reformat your previous NTFS partition to FAT32 partition, you can copy the data back. In addition, you can back up the blank FAT partition to an image file, then it's convenient for you to convert partition format next time(article was inspired from EaseUS tech. resources). And the other way is to use a third party NTFS to FAT32 converter, like the one intends to bring soon for all of us: NTFS to FAT32 Wizard!
May 14 2013 at 2:44pm Copy Link
SharpNight LLC @ Lwarom, I believe the task is much easier with N2F Wizard :)
SharpNight LLC - May 14 2013 at 9:06pm Copy Link
Lwarom Got that wright, just willing to mention the advantages toward new direction together with SharpNight LLC. is willing to give(nice offer!). So yes a big 'thanks' to both of them for this deal coming very soon on this site.
May 14 2013 at 10:21pm Copy Link
Tâm Nguy?n ok, tôi mu?n có
May 15 2013 at 7:56am Copy Link
lory range Grazie!!! Serve anche per convertire hard disk esterni da FAT32 a NTFS? Il loro contenuto viene perso? Grazie grazie mille
May 17 2013 at 2:46am Copy Link
Danny This Is now a must-have tool or not?
May 17 2013 at 2:54am Copy Link
SharpNight LLC @ lory, Yes this tool can also be used to convert FAT32 to NTFS without loss.
SharpNight LLC - May 17 2013 at 2:58am Copy Link
lory range Grazie per la risposta e per lo splendido regalo che mi avete fatto.
May 17 2013 at 3:02am Copy Link
SharpNight LLC @Danny, a must-have? Maybe :)
SharpNight LLC - May 17 2013 at 3:02am Copy Link
Lwarom Installed and working quite fine! Thanks SharpNight LLC.
May 17 2013 at 3:05am Copy Link
SharpNight LLC @Lawarom, Glad you like it.
SharpNight LLC - May 17 2013 at 3:19am Copy Link
Jerry Sprinkle Why must we use facebook to get the down load? I do not like Face Book!
May 17 2013 at 5:47am Copy Link
cyanic What's the advantage to converting NTFS to FAT32? With FAT32 you have the max 4GB/file cap, some weird restriction on the number of file system entries per directory, and loss of ACL. The only popular OS that doesn't support NTFS out of the box right now is Mac OS X, which can gain support by installing NTFS-3G or similar drivers. Most Linux distros have native support for NTFS, and of course NTFS originated with Windows. For portable devices that must use FAT32, you wouldn't have NTFS on it in the first place. So what compelling reasons are there to convert? What, downgrading to Windows 98?
May 17 2013 at 8:12am Copy Link
SharpNight LLC @Yukai, Sometimes you just need it.
SharpNight LLC - May 17 2013 at 8:33am Copy Link
cyanic Can you give me a practical example, then?
May 17 2013 at 9:42am Copy Link
SharpNight LLC @Yukai, like for PlayStation 3
SharpNight LLC - May 17 2013 at 9:44am Copy Link
Daniel . ^Well those drive/devices would be formatted in fat32 by default one would think.

Like others, I don't see the point of this, sorry.
May 17 2013 at 6:52pm Copy Link
James K Yukai Li,

Data Recovery from a crashed system, when you don't have another NTFS readable OS, but you DO have an old Windows 98 disk you can boot from, or an old W98 computer you can use.

It's really a tool that was needed from the time that NTFS was first implemented in Windows NT. I've lost data because of such situations, and so never willingly used NTFS until Windows 7.
May 21 2013 at 7:34pm Copy Link
SharpNight LLC @James, Thank you for your comments :)
SharpNight LLC - May 21 2013 at 8:41pm Copy Link
cyanic @Daniel To use this software you need an NTFS capable version of Windows (i.e. Windows 4.x is not listed in the supported operating systems). So if you have to use the program on an NTFS capable OS, why can't you get your data with said OS in the first place? Also, isn't it less risky to mount the volume as read only on any recent Linux live CD you can burn in no time rather than risking total conversion forward and back?

BTW, losing ACL info from the file system is a major problem. That happened to me with a recent restore from a backup software that didn't record any metadata, and the end result is parts of Windows won't work correctly. If you decide to convert to FAT, then convert back to NTFS, this will happen.
May 22 2013 at 8:05am Copy Link

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