Discussion in 'Other Acronis Products' started by ncs_malaysia, May 26, 2004.
wonder does MigrateEasy support migration from FAT32 to NTFS and vice versa
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If I understand your question correctly.
The answer would be no as Ti will delete anything on the Disk or Partition you are migrating to.
If I wrong I am sure Anton Acronis Support will correct me.
so.. Im saying is it possible that i migrate Data from FAT32 to NTFS using MigrateEasy doesn't matter MigrateEasy will delete all data on my destination partition... but should migrate DATA on FAT32 partition to another NTFS partition ...
I still not clean as to what you mean [or trying] to do.
MigrateEasy is a Cloning tool.
It will not create an Image.
You must have TWO HDD's.
It Copy's one Disk or Partition from one HDD to another HDD.
If you have a HDD [or Partition] Formatted in FAT32.
And you wont to Migrat [Clone\Copy] to another HDD [or Partition]
And that HDD [or Partition] is Formatted in NTFS.
It is Deleted when you Migrat [Clone\Copy]
If will not make the Original FAT32 become NTFS or Viceversa.[NTFS will not Become FAT32]
You can not move Individually File or Folder with MigrateEasy.
I Hope This Help.
yes... this is what I mean...!!!
Thanks for the answer...
by the way, do you know any software able to do this
Could You please Copy and Paste the bits out of my Post you would like to [YOUR QUOTE:-this is what I mean] do
That way I can give you a better answer to what or which Software will do Help You.
We are getting there,
Yes.. I this what Im looking for...
so.. do you mind to recommend any solution (to migrate data between FAT32 and NTFS)
Acrois TrueImage does all what Acronis MigratEasy does and more .
Will let you make an Image of you HDD or Pratition.
Then mount it and let you transfer file and folder anywere from were it mounted.
Have a look at this Post:- Acroni true Image 7 Restore
Hope this give you some help.
Come back with any questions you have.
Casper XP 2.0 will migrate a FAT32 partitioned hard drive to a new drive and create the new drive with NTFS partitions. It does exactly what you want.
Hope it's not too late for you!
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