Memory card, USB flash drive, pen drive or external hard drive formatted with FAT32 file system some times can become RAW due to certain reasons. When it happens, you will be asked to format the RAW device to FAT32, NTFS or other file systems before you are able to open the device and access your data.
Technically, you can do it using CMD or diskpart command line. But at most times, it won’t help as so many users have had trouble doing the job using the command prompt. So, here we would like to introduce you a reliable RAW to FAT32 converter and talk about how to convert RAW to FAT32 without losing data. Now you can free download the full version and try it to format and repair RAW SD card/USB flash drive/pen drive or other devices to FAT32. Here if you want to convert RAW to NTFS, please go to download RAW to NTFS converter full version.
We all know that formatting RAW to FAT32 will permanently remove the data on the memory card, USB flash drive, pen drive or external hard drive. So it is important to find a way to protect the files. The easiest way to do it to use EaseUS disk data recovery, a tool that works well in RAW drive recovery to retrieve the data before formatting.
1. Connect the RAW device to PC, download and launch EaseUS data recovery software, selec the RAW device and click "Scan" button to find all the inaccessible data.
2. After scan, preview all the listed recoverable files, select out those you want, and then click "Recover" button to get them back. Here you should save all the recovered files on another disk to avoid data overwriting.
After retrieve data from RAW drive, you can try to format RAW to FAT32 using RAW to FAT32 converter without worrying about data loss. EaseUS free partition software can help you do this job in simple clicks. Here’s how to do it.
Step 1. Connect the RAW drive, SD card, USB flash drive, pen drive or other devices to PC, launch EaseUS RAW to FAT32 converter, right-click the disk and choose "Format partition".
Step 2. Configure the label you want in the Partition Label box and then select the FAT32 file system in the "File System" drop-down list for the disk, Here if you want to convert the RAW drive to NTFS or any other file system, just choose the right one.
Step 3. Choose the Cluster Size (512 bytes, 1, 2, 4...64KB) in the "Cluster Size" drop-down list and click "OK" to continue.
Step 4. Click "Apply" to format the RAW external hard drive, SSD, USB, SD card to FAT32 or other file system.
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