Question about Toshiba 120GB USB 2.0 Portable External 120 GB Hard Drive
In fact your hdd is formatted in FAT32 filesystem for compatibility reasons but this file systems only can read files below 3 gigabytes or so, if you want to copybigger files you should backup all your hdd info and reformat it to NTFS filesystem that can handle these files
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
Have you checked to see if there is sufficient disk space..? you may also be experiencing an issue with your USB ports. Earlier ports had a limit of 3.8gig. Go into your BIOS and check on the file size allocation for your USB ports and firewire ports, if you can, increase them to the maximum and try to copy the file again..
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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