No dude. Laptops aren't FAT32 or NTFS. Its the hard disks which can be formatted to either FAT32 or NTFS. But the individual file size that can be written on FAT32 system is 4gb. So most hard disks today are formatted to NTFS.
Just connect your drive and then transfer your files. After that, format it to NTFS and use it as external storage drive or whatever.
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But its a 3.5" drive so you'll need an external usb enclosure to transfer it directly to a laptop.
If you have a desktop then remove the laptop drive and connect both these drives in the desktop and transfer the files. Then put the laptop drive back in its place and you're good to go.