I wouldn't convert it to fat32.
firstly unless you reformat it you can't.
second I have always converted my drives to ntfs because of the performance gained using the native file systems as supposed to emulation in the older os. On a serious note though if you need a section of the drive for old stuff you can partition it, I have no idea how you would do that though.
At 12:39 p.m. 31/12/2010, you wrote:
I know I shouldn't ask here, but I need to put isos somewhere. I just got a new external hard drive which is using the ntfs file system, but I want to convert it to fat-32 once I've put everything on it so I can move all my isos over but not lose data in the process. Putting it into fat-32 also doubles as a device for storing stuff on my ps3... how does one do this? Again, sorry for being off-topic. But I couldn't find another place to ask.



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