I installed backtrack 3 onto a USB flash drive. I installed it on a fat32 primary partition (sda1), gave it a 1gb swap, a ext2 storage partition (sda3), and a fat32 storage (sda4).
When I boot to windows and insert the flash drive, it shows up in My Computer, as having 1.5GB available (size of the primary partition) although it is an 8gb drive. I thought this made sense but I'm now wondering how to get windows to recognize the other fat32 partition and assign it a seperate drive letter... But I had to use qtparted in linux to partition the USB drive so I worry that windows is unable to recognize a partition table on a USB flash device. Is it possible to get windows to recognize the second partition?