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Discussion in 'SSDs & Data Storage' started by gobnu1, Feb 7, 2019.
What would be the best way to do this without losing data on my C drive?
Get a second drive and copy the data.
Sorry if I didn't explain it in full. If I copy all of the Windows stuff and then format it won't Windows no longer work? If so I couldn't copy my C drive back over
Why are you wanting to convert your boot drive to exFAT? It's best suited to removable flash media. NTFS is still the only way to go for Windows.
Yeah, why would you want exfat on a boot drive?
YOU DO NOT.
ExFAT has no place on your OS drive.
It's meant for removable media, period.
OP, are you worried about ADS in NTFS and that's why you want to go exFAT on your boot drive?