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burning iso files bigger than 2.00gb

Discussion in 'Xbox - General discussion' started by dogsarse, Mar 23, 2003.

  1. dogsarse

    dogsarse Member

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    hi hope somebody can help. followed seamonkeys guide to backing up xbox games. no problems until i tried to burn iso file with nero and got the error file larger as 2.00gb and therfore cannot be stored into an iso file system. help how do i burn iso file
     
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    do you have windows xp/2000/nt???


    if not then your hard drive is probably fat32 rather than ntfs.

    fat32 cannot deal with files this large
     
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    i am running xp and have ntfs file system and still wont let me burn iso bigger than 2.00gb
     
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    should i be using nero iso or udf
     
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    hoppers Regular member

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    use xiso to create an image. then go into nero and select burn from image.


    this should work

     
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    fat32 can store files up to 4 gigs.. i have never heard of that error.. I use GDFImage to make the iso and burn image with nero
     
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    yea, i wasnt sure how big the file could be with FAT32, sorry..


    have you got more than 2gig free space in your hard drive???
     

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