Fat32 for flashing

I have seen people mention Fat32 file system to format the usb drive to then unzip the BIOS and pass file by file to the usb drive. In windows when I click Fat32 File system it automatically goes to Allocation unit size "4096" bytes. Is that normal? Do I keep it that way? It has other options that that is the default allocation unit size for Fat32. Help Please
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  1. Should be fine with the 4096 allocation size, as long as its fat32 it will be recognizable. Want to post the motherboard model so I can verify it can be updated by USB and what file system it uses?
  2. Thanks, I gave your post a quick read and proceeded to flash my BIOS. So far so good ;). Going to install Windows 8 on it tomorrow.
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