How to format with 32kb clusters on a Mac?
I did some googling, and it seems like it's pretty simple on Windows because there are a plethora of third party disk partition programs to use.
The only thing I could find on how to do it on a mac involves using the terminal, and I have zero experience with the Terminal. If that is the only way to do it, would it be a huge pain to ask for a detailed step-by-step on exactly how to do it?
EDIT: I solved it! I asked on an OS X forum, and someone gave me a detailed response, that I have pasted below!
I figured it out! I don't know how to tell everyone this, but I asked on an OS X forum, and got a very detailed explanation of how to do it on a mac!
1. Open Disk Utility. Find the disk in the list that you want to format, control-click and select "Information". You're looking for the "Disk Identifier," which should be something like disk1, disk2, disk3 etc. close disk utility.
2. Now open Terminal and type (without quotes) "fdisk -e /dev/XXXX" (where XXX is the disk name and number you got from step one.)
3. Type (without quotes) "auto dos" to create one big FAT32 partition.
4. Now you type (without quotes) "write" and then (without quotes) "quit" to save the new partition table.
5. Now your cluster size. Type (without quotes)"newfs_msdos -F 32 -c 32 -v "DiskName" /dev/XXXXs1" where XXXX is the disk name and number you got in step one.
This will format the drive as FAT32. Check if the volume is mounted. If it isn't, open Disk Utility, select "DiskName" and choose File -> Mount."