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I have a USB Kingston DataTraveler 2 GB jump drive that my wife uses with our philips stereo. I used HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool 2.2.3 with some Windows 95 files to create a bootable USB. After i was done I deleted everything on it and put mp3s back on. The stereo says "no audio found". I used Acronis Disk Director 11 to delete the partition and put FAT32 partition on there. Same thing with the stereo saying no audio found. Any clues on what to do? thanks!
Yes windows 7 will recognize Fat32 (read and write) as well as Fat Source, you most likely messed up the partition table, be sure you set the partition map to MBR and then format to Fat32, also read the instructions for the stereo and see what the specs for the flash drive just to make sure that it doesn't need something that you didn't add to it.