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Ubuntu Desktop => Hardware,Installation & Upgrade => Topic started by: TNFrank on June 12, 2013, 05:14:54 AM

Title: "FAT" is actually "FAT32" ?
Post by: TNFrank on June 12, 2013, 05:14:54 AM
Ok, so I need to format my USB to FAT32 so I can access all of it and not just 2GB.  When I install it and click the Format Options I get FAT, ext2, ext4 and encrypted FAT. Using Disk Utility I looked at a USB disk that I formatted "FAT" and it said it was 32bit(FAT32?) so I should be able to use all 8MB of volume for stuff, right?