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Burning dvds with fat32?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by friend101, Feb 13, 2007.

  1. friend101

    friend101 Member

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    Hi all, can anyone give me advice on how to burn dvds with a file system that is fat32. Fat32 restricts me from having files over 4gb.

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    Burn your files with ImgBurn version 2.2.0.0.
     
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    Dunker Regular member

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    You can burn just fine with FAT32, provided no single file is over 4Gb. If you are burning from images, try creating an NTFS partition used for only that and save any ISOs, NRGs, etc. there. If you are nothing dealing with image files, then you likely will not be affected by the 4Gb limitation.
     
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