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I use a STARTECH duplicator and it converts mostly anything as long as you have the correct cable adapters. You must have an equal or larger target drive as mentioned by Roland. If the target drive is larger you may want to use your computer to expand the partition to increase the available space.
Posted on Jan 18, 2015
DIsk duplicators generally don't care about the format of your drive. They duplicate by track/sector. The only requirement usually is that the target drive be as large or larger than the source. As long as there is no surface damage on the source drive, you should get a good copy.
Posted on Sep 08, 2014
Yes, it can work if your source disk is in FAT, 16/32, or NTFS
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