Anthony, short answer is yes.
You can do this several ways but i think though disk management in windows is the best way (and easiest).
Getting to disk management depends on your operating system so im going to assume you have windows 7 but if you dont these steps may varry (can be googled easily though “how to get to disk management in windows (insert version)”
Instructions from: http://pcsupport.about.com/od/windows7/ht/disk-management-windows-7.htm
Click on the Start button and then choose Control Panel.
Click on the System and Security link.
Note: If you’re viewing the Large icons or Small icons view of Control pannel, you won’t see this link so just click on the Administrative Tools icon and skip to Step 4.
In the System and Security window, click on the Administrative Tools heading located near the bottom of the window.
In the Administrative Tools window, double-click on the Computer Management icon.
When Computer Management opens, click on Disk Management on the left side of the window, located under Storage.
After a brief loading period, Disk Management should now appear on the right side of the Computer Management window.
Note: If you don’t see Disk Management listed, you may need to click on the |> icon to the left of the Storage icon
Format /partition drive as desired
How i get to disk management
- type “mmc” then hit ENTER
- May need to authorize it to run (select yes)
- inside of MMC (Console 1) go to File > Add/Remove Snap-in… > add Disk Management from the list on the left
- Leave on “this computer” then click finish > then OK
- Inside of Console 1 click on Disk Management
In side of disk management you manage the drive in most ways simply with a right click.
If you want to wipe and start over i would do the following
- right click on the 32gb partition
- Delete partition > or Extend (not to sure how well this works if its even available)
- If you delete the partition you should end up with 1 large chunk of unalocated space
- Right click, create partition, default size will be for the entire section of unallocated space.
Hope this helps!