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    The maximum volume size depends on the FAT type: FAT12: 256 MB (for 64 KB clusters) FAT16: 4 GB (for 64 KB clusters) FAT32: 2 TB (4 GB for 512 KB sectors)

    In recent years, memory cards have gained additional capacity; 4 GB and above. The FAT32 file format is now often used for memory cards around 4 GB and 32 GB.

    How do I format a 2GB SD card to FAT32?

    Connect the SD card to a real Mac via a card reader.Open the Disk Utility app.Select an SD card.Select the delete function.Enter SD card name (optional)Select a file system format. If there is 64 GB or more, select exFAT. If 32 GB or less, consider FAT32.Extinguish.

    If your digital device only supports the FAT16 file system, you canYou will not be able to use a memory card larger than 2 GB (i.e. SDHC/microSDHC SDXC/microSDXC and memory cards).

    Integrated memory cards of 4 GB or more, such as the CompactFlash i-Pro, UltimaPro, and SDHC series, are only supported on FAT32 devices and must be formatted for FAT32.

    Is FAT16 compatible with FAT32?

    FAT16 supports a maximum volume size of 4 GB, while FAT32 can be used for volumes up to 14 TB. The 16 TB limit exceeds our capabilities for some Windows operating systems.

    It’s best to format the card on your device before using it. ATTENTION! Formatting the card may delete all data. Read the device manual.

    FAT 16 (FAT) FAT32 exFAT (FAT64) Max file size 2 GB* 4 GB 2TB (limited by card only) SD card type SD SDHC, microSDHC SDXC, microSDXC compatible PC operating system Windows ME/2000/XP/7/8.1 Windows ME/2000/XP/7/8.1

    How many GB is FAT32?

    Because FAT32 can only support 2^32 bytes, which counts as a number of gigabytes. So it can support the correct maximum file size of 4GB.

    Windows XP/Vista/7/8.1

    Notes Updates may be required for Windows operating systems, see table 9 below Mac compatible operating system Mac OS 8/9/X Mac OS 8/9/X Mac OS X 10.6.5 and above

    *Recommended by Microsoft for compatibility reasons, but may y done by moving to 4 GB

    Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 Update to SP2 or higher, try Microsoft update (KB955704). Use SDXC/microSDXC with a compatible card reader. Upgrade to SP1 may be later. Use SDXC/microSDXC with a compatible business card reader. Supported – No update required, please use an SDXC/microSDXC compatible card reader.


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