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    Default Fat 32 Formatter

    This may be of use to wii users.

    In Wii Upload section. (2 versions in zip file)

    I have used this with sucess to-day to format my 1TB 2.5" portable drive
    Please take care when using . . No responsibilty taken !


    Fat32Formatter is freeware and written by TOKIWA to format drive larger than 32GB to FAT32,
    which means it can walk around the OS restriction that you can format drive to FAT32 only the size up to 32GB on Windows2000/XP/Vista/7.

    Compatible operating systems
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    Windows2000/XP/Vista/7

    Key-features
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    1 simple and instructive UI
    2 it can set and delete partitions as well
    3 neither installation nor DLLs is needed
    4 Windows 7 supported

    How to use
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    You can understand it intuitively through simple UI and balloon tips. So there is no need for instructions.
    Also you can update Fat32Formatter to new version if available through "Version info" of system menu.

    Install/Un-install
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    Fat32Formatter doesn't need to be installed. Just unpack the archive you downloaded and it's runnable.
    Fat32Formatter doesn't install anything, so neither registry entries nor initialization files are left on your computer once you delete the directory of Fat32Formatter.


    Link . . . http://www.digital-kaos.co.uk/forums...ormatter-2019/
    Last edited by icepick; 22nd February, 2012 at 06:24 PM. Reason: re-up

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    Well you can easily format a drive FAT32 with EASEUS Partition Master its free.

    With the newer versions of the USB Loaders they can use FAT32, NTFS or WBFS formatted drives.

    Some users have a problem formatting the SD card FAT32, I've never had this problem in Windows so they are told to use sd card formater
    Last edited by Keithuk; 22nd February, 2012 at 03:29 PM. Reason: Additional
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keithuk View Post
    Well you can easily format a drive FAT32 with EASEUS Partition Master its free.

    With the newer versions of the USB Loaders they can use FAT32, NTFS or WBFS formatted drives.
    . . . . Re-up

    Last edited by icepick; 22nd February, 2012 at 06:25 PM.

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    Sorry icepick it wasn't a complaint I was just showing another method, stick your file back the users can compare.

    EASEUS Partition Master is in the download section.
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    No Problem Keithuk . . re-uploaded... Bad Hair day ,Three times to-day I had, in my own mind, taken the trouble to assist strangers,and only afterwards decided that I could have directed my 'time' to better things.
    I still wonder if the stranger who's wife broke the car-ignition-key is still stranded in Tesco' car park !



 

 

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