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If I have free space on a different partition of the same hard disk, is that possible to create a fat32 partition on it?
If yes, how to do it?
After I am done with that, how do I check that my partition has fat32 on it?
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It's possible BUT:"It doesn't work correctly, I have used it but my harddisk crashed and I had to format it again."

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