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[SOLVED*] File Is Too Large For The Destination File System

Submitted by Vidhu on Sep 05 2018 Views: 206 | Subscribe

File Is Too Large For The Destination File System


File system format of both drives should be same, for eg: NTFS. If the file is copying to a network location which has a different file system format then copy the file to a drive that has the same file system (or temporarily format 1 USB drive for this purpose) same as the destination file system on a network location. Please note FAT32 file system don't support file size greater than 4 GB.

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