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Never mind, the link from bigrigdriver's post did not open for me, Firefox: The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because it uses an invalid or unsupported form of compression.
Managed to open it in Opera, they admit the 32 GB limit is artificial.
Hey, thanks for your remark, bigrigdriver. Works without proxy ... I wonder what they have there my proxy (tinyproxy) cannot handle, I'm running it for years, first site that fails. Hmmm, Microsoft site is misbehaving, should I be concerned?
That's right, it isn't but 32GB is the largest you can create using windows XP. There are many other disadvantages, though (including fragmentation and 4 GB max file size) that hold regardless of OS. I really wouldn't recommend fat32 anymore.