Talking About Converting File System, Many Experienced Users Will Think Of Partition Magic

The best choice for converting FAT32 to NTFS
Talking about converting file system, many experienced users will think of partition magic. It is indeed a good choice for converting FAT32 to NTFS, but we should download powerful partition magic for Windows Server 2003. If users haven’t installed it to computer, please visit http://www.server-partition-magic.com/ to download it. Then, it can be used to convert FAT32 to NTFS. It can not be denied that using partition magic for Windows Server 2003 is the best way to convert FAT32 to NTFS.
If there is FAT32 partition on server, users will fail to store data whose size is more than 4GB to this partition. That is because FAT32 partition does not support a single file larger than 4GB. If users want to store large-capacity file, they should convert FAT32 to NTFS at first. Well then, how to convert FAT32 to NTFS in Windows Server 2003 without data loss?
How to convert FAT32 to NTFS with partition magic for Windows Server 2003?
Firstly, we need to run this professional partition magic to open the main interface:

Then, right click the partition whose file system needs converting and select the function “Convert FAT to NTFS” from shortcut menu to get the following interface:

In this interface, as long as we click the functional button “Start“, the partition magic for Windows Server 2003 will begin to convert FAT32 to NTFS. After conversion is finished, we need to click “Close” button to go back to main interface:

From the main interface, we can see original FAT32 partition has become NTFS partition, and there is no influence on original data. If users want to convert FAT32 to NTFS without bringing any influence on data, partition magic for Windows Server 2003 is undoubtedly the best choice.

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