The following is a general solution, but I have
no idea what a PlayStation can deal with. --
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Create an extended partition on the disk. In
that you can have any number of logical partitions.
Create logical partitions to fill the 160 GB while
staying under the FAT32 limit.
On any disk you can have up to 4 primary partitions
(which can each hold a Windows install if desired).
Any primary partition can be created as an extended
partition, which can then hold any number of logical partitions.
For all practical purposes a primary and a logical are the
same thing. They can both hold data. The only notable
difference in usage is that Windows needs to install to a
primary partition, while Linux can install on either.
> I have an external 160gig USB drive that formatted as NTFS. How can I
> convert it back to FAT32. I am willing to loose data on it to reformat.
> problem is that, under Vista, the only format option I have is NTFS. I
> to use it as an external drive for my Sony PS3.