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Need Help Fixing a stupid mistake

I am hoping someone on here can help me fix a stupid mistake. I had a 1TB HDD which I happily had all my data on and was shared to all my Macs around the house and life was good. Then at the weekend I got a new 1.5TB HDD to replace so the old one could be a time machine drive.

After what seemed like an ice age to copy everything to the new one and to create the old one into a time machine drive I realised I had made the new one into FAT32 (you can imagine the choice of words that came out of my mouth then :madSmile As this can't be shared over the network and I would prefer not to face another long copy is their any way to changing the file format of the drive with out moving data?

I understand that this is VERY unlikely but I figured I would give it a shot anyway.

08-03-2011, 04:06 PM
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