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OS 10.4 - how to format a partition created by iPartitition

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hi there,

i have just used iPartition to create a FAT32/NTFS partition in my iMac internal drive. the problem that it is that iPartition can NOT format it as FAT32 (neither NTFS) and finish up the story. The question is How Can I Format That Partition As FAT32 In OSX 10.4. and if possible in windows installed via boot camp.

thanks for your expected help.
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