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Not enough disk space to copy

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I have a 500GB Acomdata External Drive. When I check the properties, it shows me only 150GB space used and 350GB space unused. But when I try to copy a file of 4GB size, I get an error message saying there is not enough disk space to copy. Please help.

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Scan the drive due to possibly virus managing your disk drive. Virus can easily access through USB hard drives. If not solve the problem, so its better to format.

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