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files larger than 4GB

Discussion in 'PS2' started by tokthadon, Mar 23, 2004.

  1. tokthadon

    tokthadon Member

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    I'm sorry, becuase I know this has been posted before. I know that FAT32 hard drives don't support files larger than 4 GB. My question is how to do I convert my hard drive to the other format (I'm not sure of the name). I'm running Windows XP Professional.

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  2. Cyprien

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    actauly XP cant run on fat32.... your format is already ntfs... and file splitting on the format is not a bad thing the burning app burn it anyway.. so even if it's splits it's not a bad thing....
    _X_X_X_X_X_[small]eyetie is a stupid silly lil person... heres why...

    "I will give you 1 warning and 1 warning only. Continue to piss me off on my threads and I'll leash a flury of assaults on you, your family, and your fuckin shadow too."[/small]
     
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