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Program to Format over 100Gb into FAT32 Format?


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qwerty123

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Hello, i was wondering if there is a program out there that works well in formatting a external hard drive into FAT32 format. I tried formatting through cmd but the hard drive is just too big. I heard many users also recommend the program SwissKnife, sadly though, the program is no longer free and thus can not use that. So i was wondering if anyone know of an alternative program/way to format my external harddrive into FAT32 format. I wish to use this as a hard drive to hold my movies for my Gaming Console, thats why i specifically need FAT32. Thank you.
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Have you tried EASEUS Partition Master Home Edition?

Let me know if it works. Would be appreciated if you do.
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Wow, This program worked flawlessly, it was amazing how fast it formatted my drive and worked on my console. Been trying to find a solution for this problem for the whole day and this just solved my whole issue. Thank you so much for the quick and helpful response!! :D
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Woah, that only took two minutes!!! Is it faster than the speed of light by any chance?

Anyhow, glad I was able to help. I'm going to be trying that program myself soon.
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