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Which is to say that you are *not* doing anything remotely similar to
what the OP is doing.
The issue we are discussing here is the problem with using FAT(32) (do
try to stay on topic, mmkay?) and the underlying problem is that the
time granularity on FAT(32) is 2 seconds. So, you can see the problem.
Some tools have options to deal with this (basically say, "the time is
the same if it is within 2 seconds").
Better to reformat the device NTFS than ext(2/3/4/whatever), since NTFS
is more univerally supported. FAT used to be the "lingua franca" of
file systems, but nowadays that position is held by NTFS.