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I have just imaged a FAT32 disk drive on a NTFS disk drive. I'm aware I could have imaged on a FAT32 HDD and convert it later, but I figured it out too late and I'm trying to save processing time (I have other stuff to do on both of my computers).

The disk image is a .dig, made with DrvImagerXP.

So my question is, is there any tool out there that converts disk images?

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What sort of disk images? Without mentioning details of the image format and program used to create it, there's insufficient information to answer this question. – Karan Mar 11 '13 at 3:11
    
I didn't think it'd be needed since I thought an image is basically a "one and zero" copy of the disk. But I didn't take into account the stupidity of headers that could have been attached with the file, well seen sir. – Dominic Grenier Mar 11 '13 at 3:58

Is it an ISO? Find a tool to mount it, then use the built-in convert utility.

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No, it's a .dig so I decided to split my file into parts with HJSplit and partition a disk where i'll put the parts and convert them one by one. I'm going to accept your answer though if you specify a mounting tool that has a built-in convert utility (since the one I have doesn't seem to have any) so I can try it and check this as accepted :) – Dominic Grenier Mar 11 '13 at 1:53
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How do you create an ISO with a FAT32 file system? Even if you can, will convert be able to modify the file system inside a mounted ISO? Which tool mounts ISOs in a writeable manner? Have you ever tried something like this? – Karan Mar 11 '13 at 3:12

Here's some info about the topic that may be pertinent. It says to

"Now go to Start Menu >Run >cmd (Command Prompt) and Type the following command: convert Y: /fs:ntfs (Where “Y” is your USB drive letter). This will convert the USB Flash drive from a fat32 to a NTFS file system"

Here is the Link

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I do not have any removable devices that are large enough for my image and fat32 doesn't take files over 4gigs, my image is 19 gigs. – Dominic Grenier Mar 11 '13 at 1:54

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