Are there any applications out there that anyone knows about that will allow you to create FAT32 (re)partitions on external hard drives? I have a 500GB LaCie Big Disk that I have already partitioned into two HFS+ partitions (one for mostly music and the other for backup) and I have left about 18GB of free space for a FAT32 storage/crossover from OS X partition for Windows Vista. Unfortunately, the free space is in the "Apple_free" format, which I don't think can be read by Windows. I have looked for an application that can do this, but have found none. Do any exist?
Cheers! :-) - JediJoker
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