Thanks a lot for this! I bought it, it's cheap anyway
So, you tried it, and it does the job you want it to do?Thanks a lot for this! I bought it, it's cheap anyway
I think Ultra Male meant converting without shuffling the data around. You can do that with FAT32 drives, but not with exFAT (unless I'm really missing something).Sure it is. Copy data to somewhere else, re-partition drive, restore data. You do have a backup, don't you?
You are one smart d00d aren't you?
Remember, for the usual Entitled, it'd be Apple's fault, or the drive manufacturer's fault, or the phase of the moon's fault, when they lost the data. Certainly not theirs. That's why they're always so offended when you suggest the idea of backups.No responsible person will advise you to try anything like exFAT-to-NTFS conversion (even if it was possible) without backing up first, in which case, for a one-off job, you might as well just re-format the drive and restore from the backup.