Convert FAT32 to NTFS and copy files great than 2Gb

Convert FAT32 to NTFS and copy files great than 2GbYou have an external hard disk or flash drive that currently has the FAT32 file system, NTFS for change, FAT32, because it supports the management of large files (over 4GB) or just old for her taste, but there is one problem you do not want to lose the stored data. This article is for you, then it explains exactly how you can get a smooth transition from FAT to NTFS without involving data loss.

Although it is generally recommended to use the NTFS file system, because of its stability over time, safety and lower defragmentation, most of us end up in FAT32 because that is what most drives are already formatted. Unless we realize the "Not enough disk space error" despite being the space available on the disk, do not bother to change the file system. In addition, most of us do not change the risk of losing important data and lack of time (read lazy). as Microsoft is aware of this, they have added the ability to command prompt to overcome this problem by running a simple command . There are many programs that also support, but the Convert command is one of the easiest ways to do this, follow the stepson the video to convert from FAT32 to NTFS :

This action let you able to copy a files great than 2Gb.


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