Okay so I have an odd problem. My external 250GB drive is FAT32 formatted. Problem is, OSX 10.4.7 does not want to search the drive. Saved Searches do not find "Kind / Others... / Adobe Photoshop file" for instance. Spotlight doesn't search the drive. I'm guessing it's because it's not Mac OS Journaled (HFS+ I believe). Is there any way to convert my FAT32 drive to HFS+ without losing data? Would this work? Boot into Windows, use PartitionMagic 8 to create two FAT32 partitions. So I have all my files on one FAT32 partition. Then go into OSX and use Disk Utility to convert the other FAT32 partition to HFS+ or is there other software that does that? Then once that partition is HFS+, I would copy all the FAT32 files over, delete the FAT32 partition and resize the HFS+. Is this possible?