Making FAT32 partitions larger than 32GB's
Hello all - this is my first post here, (sorry if this is a stupid question thats been asked 100 times, in the wrong forum)
I've only just installed Xandros the other day, and it's my first experience using Linux (so I'm pretty much as n00b as you can get). The way I've got it all set up (or I'm hoping to have) is my 80GB hard drive is partitioned into three different drives.
The C drive is 35GB, and has windows installed on it,
The D drive is also 35 GB, and thats where I've installed Xandros to,
The E drive is only a GB or so, and is my swap drive for linux, (which a friend told me I needed - I'm still learning why this is so)
I've also bought a 200GB drive reciently. My hopes were to format it to FAT32 so that no matter what OS I'm using, I'll still be able to access all my mp3's, video files, and games which I'll store on it, but I'm not sure how to make it larger than 32GB's. I've been told that it is possible to make it larger, but I don't know how.
Can someone offer advice or forward me onto a user friendly program that'll do this for me?