Have you tried to re-partition the disk using Windows Disk Management (Right-click on the "My Computer" icon, click on manage, followed by clicking on "Disk Management") to use the whole disk?
Originally Posted by Prashantcruise
You should just create a partition that uses the whole disk, and not format it.
Format the partition later on with a 3rd party utility like fat32format or the HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool (Recommended for newbies).
I suspect that you had created a partition and got Windows XP/Vista/7 to format it with the FAT32 filesystem without a 3rd party formatting utility.
For some unknown reason, Microsoft limits the creation of partitions formatted with the FAT32 filesystem to 32GB.
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