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Problem with FAT32 filesize limit!

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by starfoxy, Jan 28, 2007.

  1. starfoxy

    starfoxy Member

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    ok guys, heres my problem:

    I downloaded Killzone...it's in multi-part (45 part of 100mo each)
    normaly i have to click on the first one and click "extract here" to extract the iso....but with that damn fat32 filesize limit, it cant extract it (its too big)

    so i was wondering if there was a way to burn it on a DVD without extracting it (something like directly extracting it to the dvd...hmmm)
    or if theres a way to bypass the filesize limit...

    -thx
     
  2. hursty

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    convert your HD to ntfs,thats the only way
    or if you are that desparate,copy the rar's to a dvd disk,then extract it on another pc
     
  3. starfoxy

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    hmm... thx hursty, i guess ill go with thye second option...cause i dont think i can convert my windoes ME to NTFS...can i?...i mean without formatting...
     

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