I have a Sandisk cruzer USB 4gb flash stick - - that is very annoying to use on Windows machines. The problem is that 2 drive letters are assigned by Windows when using a U2 type drive, versus the standard 1 (causing all kinds of directory mgmt issues).
Anyway, I want to see if I can use Ubuntu, to reformat the drive totally wiping out the current data, and assign the standard FAT32 file type to it.
(I can't use my XP machine because I don't have admin rights (at work)).
IF I were using it only on Linux, I would choose either Rieser or Ext3, but I need to use it in both OS's.
So, what would be the command in Linux (or gui if available) to reformat the whole 4gb flash drive and install FAT32??