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I bought Kingston dt101/16GB and can't copy large files into it. it begins the copy but hangs up. I have anothers dt101/8GB and they work fine

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1. If it is formatted into FAT32, it will NOT copy files larger than 2GB. If you have larger files, you should format the drive in NTFS.

2. It may be a fake drive. You can use h2testw software to check if it is of fake capacity.

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