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Paragon NTFS-HFS Converter

 
 
Easily convert NTFS volumes to HFS+ volumes and vice versa!
 

Paragon NTFS-HFS Converter is a specially designed utility, that converts NTFS volumes to HFS+ volumes, or HFS+ volumes to NTFS. This utility consists of a wizard that helps you select the desired volume for conversion, gives you the option to back it up, then quickly performs the conversion.

 

 

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System Requirements

Supported Operating Systems:

  • Windows 8 (32/64 Bit)
  • Windows 7 (32/64 Bit)
  • Windows Vista (32/64 Bit)
  • Windows XP Home Edition SP2
  • Windows XP Professional SP2/SP3 (32/64 Bit)
 

Supported File Systems:

  • NTFS (v1.2, v3.0, v3.1)
  • Apple HFS+
 

Supported HDD Interfaces:

  • Parallel ATA (IDE)
  • Serial ATA (SATA)
  • External SATA (eSATA) HDD
  • SCSI
  • iSCSI
  • Solid State Drive (SSD)
  • Advanced Format Drive (AFD)
  • 2TB+ Drives
  • Non-512B Sector Size Drives
  • All levels of SCSI, IDE and SATA RAID controllers
  • Full support of RAIDed configurations (hardware RAIDs)
  • IEEE 1394 (FireWire)
  • USB 1.0/2.0/3.0
  • Support of MBR- and GPT-formatted Drives
  • PC card storage devices
 

System Requirements:

  • Intel Pentium CPU or its equivalent, with 300 Mhz processor clock speed
  • 128 MB of RAM (256 MB recommended)
  • Hard Disk Drive with 250 MB free space, during installation additional free space (up to 1GB) will be required
  • SVGA video adapter and monitor
  • Mouse, keyboard
  • Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher
 

Restrictions

Paragon NTFS-HFS Converter has several limitations:

  • No support for Windows Dynamic and OS X APM disks
  • No support for Windows system volumes, MSR volumes, super-floppy (without MBR) volumes

 

The following NTFS specific attributes will be lost during NTFS to HFS+ conversion, as they are not supported by HFS+:

  • Alternate data file streams will be lost. Streams usually do not contain user data, only specific service information
  • ACL will be lost. Information about users’ permissions to access file system objects (files and folders) will be lost. All objects become available for everyone
  • Windows-specific service information about object mount points will be lost (this usually doesn’t connect to user data)
  • Encrypted files content will be lost

 

The following HFS+ specific attributes will be lost during HFS+ to NTFS conversion, as they are not supported by NTFS:

  • Folders which are really only links to an object(s) will be converted into independent object(s). This can occupy additional space on a volume
  • UNIX-specific service information about object mount points will be lost (this usually doesn’t connect to user data)
  • UNIX-specific information about users, groups and their access rights will be lost. All objects become available for everyone
  • Objects (files and folders) with same names (symbolically), but typed in various registers will be partly lost – only one of duplicated objects will be saved (only one random object from the following will be saved: “AA”, “Aa”, “aa”)
  • Object (files and folders) names containing following symbols *?/:<>|"\ will be changed