Correction to Candylove method.
The Text file test to check and see your cluster size is not accurate.
This is more accurate. I went bonkers formatting it over and over with 7 different tools with a 32kb cluster size and it kept reporting the file was 64kb size on disk. it's more accurate if you do the command line test in windows using chkdsk method.
Run CMD as Administrator in Windows to get a command prompt.
Change the drive letter to the partition you are trying to check.
Type chkdsk and hit enter
Once you finish check the "bytes in each allocation unit" line near the very bottom.
That is accurate.
I'm going to test this out now that I have finished the tutorial.:003: