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"While the FAT32 file system can support drives up to a standard theoretical size of 2 terabytes, (it 'can' be jury-rigged under Windows Millennium Edition to support partitions of up to 8 TB), Windows 2000 Professional and XP Professional cannot FORMAT a volume larger than 32 GB in size using their native FAT32 file system.
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what you will have to do is patition the drive in 3
 

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I did it, no dos or anything. I downloaded a program called compuapps swissknife v3 and now I have a 100gb fat32 formatted drive.
 
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