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Converting my hardrive

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if i convert my harddrive from FAT32 to NTFS will i loose my stuff on it? i want to convert it becuase i here ntfs is better. but i cant do it if im going to loose any of my stuff. thanks.
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Hi Gunz! Welcome to G2G!

Converting from Fat32 to NTFS shouldn't cause you to lose any of your files. That being said, it is still a good idea for you to backup everything that is important to you on a CD/DVD, flash drive, external Hard drive or some other portable media. Always better to be safe then sorry when it comes to possibly losing important data.

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