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12/31/2018 405 views

I'm trying to kick off images using a USB stick, but I need the stick formatted in FAT32. So I partition a portion that's only 32 GB, but every time I use the  KACE Systems Deployment Appliance UFD Boot Environment Builder it formats the entire drive into FAT32 which of course fails.


So I wanted to know if there was a way to format just that small portion or if I need a smaller USB drive.

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My biggest boot stick is 32 gig and the utility formatted it as exFAT.  My SDA is 6.1


Answered 12/31/2018 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • Gotcha, so you're saying to stick with a smaller USB drive?
    • Yes. You could try formatting the 128 as exFat first and see if it holds it when you use the kbe install program
      • So I gave that a shot, but it didn't work so I'm going to go ahead and get a smaller USB drive.
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