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Can I change NTFS File Allocation Unit size without erasing hard drive?

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Can I change the file allocation unit size in NTFS from 519 to 4096 wihtout erasing my hard drive?  I am running Windows NT Server 4.0
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By standard NT software it's impossible. Therd-party software can do it but result no guarantee
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