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Cannot transfer iso files 4.14 gig to my freecom ex 500 gig says file to big even though 300 gig of space available

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Sounds like you have a FAT32 partition on your freecom. you need to either convert it to NTFS or repartion it and reformat it to a NTFS. FAT32 will not work with a file that big so you have to change it to NTFS and then you will have no problem at all. Hope this solves your problem.

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