Originally Posted by stevetigersix
also does the scond partition need to be fat32 also or ? and ive called it EXT2 in caps not ext2 in lower case will this be an issue
Your problem here is you don't understand the difference between FAT32 and EXT2 file systems. Google is your friend...do some reading.
Your Windows won't be able to read an EXT2 partition without some specialist software. A Linux PC will be able to read both.
Creating a FAT32 partition and naming EXT2 is not an EXT2 partition. I'd suggest you download a Linux Live CD e.g. Ubuntu
and run Gparted to create a EXT2 partition on your SD Card.
The Android runs using a Linux Kernel and natively supports EXT2.