(Solved) - Fat32 vs NTFS for formatting flash drives(6 posts)
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Some explanation here to read; http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/format-usb-drive/
Fat32 formatting is used to be recognised in all operating systems and there is a limit of 4gb file in this case.
XP and Vista might not like the NTFS format, but you can reformat if you so wish.
All my flash drives are reformatted to NTFS without issue
But the most important point is, ensure your purchase is an original one, seen so many dodgy ones in the past.
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