I have an issue with writing a backup image to a memory stick.
I have LibreElec set up so that a SD card hold the system and a 16GB USB memory stick hold the storage files - this all works really nice.
Every so often I stick the USB stick and the SD card into my laptop and back them up by making an image file with Win32DiskImager.
In the past when I've wanted to restore the USB stick to an earlier stage I plug it back into the laptop - Windows displays the memory stick as drive D, but it can't read it (I think because its EXT4), but as the drive is listed as D I can select it in Win32DiskImager to write an image back to it successfully.
The problem I have is that this time, I formatted the stick as FAT32 as I needed to transfer files.
When I try to use Win32DiskImager to write the I get an error stating that there is not enough space on the USB stick.
If I format the stick as EXT4, I Windows this time wont assign it a drive letter (like it did in the past).
So I'm now stuck and unable to write the image back.
I'd appreciate some advice on what I'm doing wrong.