I have a Delkin PicturePad 60GB and accidentally formatted (using Windows XP) its hard drive as an NTFS file system. It should be a FAT32 formatted drive. Now Windows won't give me the option to reformat it as FAT32.
The drive works fine as NTFS, but the PicturePad does not list any files that are on the drive, and it reports the drive as being empty and with 1.2GB free, when in fact I do have files on it and Windows Explorer does correctly list the files and reports the full 60GB capacity of the drive.
Any ideas on how I can reformat the Delkin drive as FAT32 so that it (the Delkin) will recognize its full 60GB capacity and show files in its file list?