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Not 4 gb available on hard drive

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by belluch, Sep 15, 2002.

  1. belluch

    belluch Guest

    I recently got an HP DVD burner and have not been able to back up movies that I own. After getting DVD ripper it tells me everything else is ok but says I don't have 4 gb on my hard drive. What do I do?
     
  2. harvey713

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    This might sound stupid, but how much room do you have on your hard drive?
     
  3. belluch

    belluch Guest

    I have 23.5 gb left and 32.2 used. I got a message that said something about FAT32, which I know pertains to disc space. Do you have any ideas?
     
  4. DrDVD

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    Check your ripper settings. It sounds to me that you are trying to rip the movie to one big file. eg Your DVD is 7 gb and you try to rip it as 7 gb file. This is possible but only if your HD format is NTFS (even then I don't advise 1 file), FAT32 only supports upto 4 gb file size. Adjust you settings so that the max VOB file size is 1 gb. You should then be OK and will have 7 VOB files. You can use IFOEDIT to remove the extras you don't want in the same way.
     
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