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problem in copying files from PC to pendrive

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  1. shailendra086

    shailendra086 Thread Starter

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    hello tech guys

    when i try to copy an ISO file(6.70GB) from PC to a pen drive (16GB) it says :The file is too large for the destination file system.I don't know what is this.please help me.


    thank you.
     
  2. flavallee

    flavallee Trusted Advisor

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    What is that 6.70 GB .ISO file for?

    Why don't you burn it to a DVD instead?

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  3. DaveBurnett

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    Also I rather suspect that you should be copying the CONTENTS of the ISO not the ISO itself.

    In any case your pen drive is formatted as Fat32 and the largest single file that you can store on a FAT32 drive is 4Gb.
     
  4. shailendra086

    shailendra086 Thread Starter

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    it is fifa 14 (cracked version)
     
  5. DaveBurnett

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    You've just admitted that you've broken the forum rules.
     
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    Cookiegal Administrator Malware Specialist Coordinator

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    We don't assist with pirated software. If you buy it chances are it will work properly.

    Closing thread.
     
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