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My question is, on one flash drive, can I have 3 partitions which are

1: The Live USB partitions (about 4GB)

2: Casper-rw partition of persistent mode (another 4GB)

^ those two are both created by the live USB program

3: A third partition which allows me to use the flash drive like a normal flash drive, for carrying windows files around. (the remaining 20` GB)

Is it possible to have both file systems on the drive, and if so, how do I make this?

The program I'm using for the live USB is LiveLinux

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You can store Windows files on the (Live), FAT32 partition, which should be the first partition.

Windows can only see the first partition on a Flash drive.

You can make the Fat32 partition as large as you like.

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