Format USB Drives Larger than 32GB as FAT32 (not exFAT)

There are a lot of reasons why you may want to format a large drive to FAT32, and most of them are to make it compatible with some type of Hardware you are using the storage device with.

The easiest way to solve this problem is to use Rufus

Just select your USB Device, select MS-DOS as the Boot Selection, and select Large FAT32 as the File System, then click Start.

It will delete any MBR, PBR and any Partitions etc that may already exist

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