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Files are Files are Files. The .raw file type is just a specific method of saving data with a lot of information. The .jpg's are a much more compressed version that really save a lot of space, whether it be on a hard drive or memory card.
You should be able to use your external drives much like a memory card or internal hard drive. You should be able to move files from one drive to another, deleting or copying files wherever you feel necessary. There will be no loss of quality if you move a file from point A to point B.
My best guess, (I have not encountered it in the PC version) is that it is relatable with your hard drive, space, and file size. It could be your hard drive out of memory or running low? A key question is it available on the first but not the second? If it is then it definitely has to do with the accounts and for some reason the second one is being denied access along the line (Im guessing you installed via the first account). Sometimes save game files take up a large amount of space and if you have played a lot already then it may be affecting your game in some manner and restricting you someway. See if you can delete older save files if you are willing to part with them as well as changing permissions between accounts or reinstalling the game as a last resort.
When replacing a hard drive in a PS3, the easiest way to transfer your game data from one drive to another is to use a USB Flash drive. If you are only concerned with the save game data, you can plug it in while using the hard drive that has your save files, go to Game on the XMB, then Game Saves, and select the save data you wish to copy. Press triangle and select copy. This method doesn't work for all games though, because some games will "lock" your save data but there is a way around this.
Instead of manually copying your save files, you can backup your data to the flash drive under the Settings on the XMB, then go down to System Settings > Backup Utility. This will try to backup everything on your PS3, so it is best to have manually transferred as many of the other types of files (music, pictures, videos) off the first hard drive as possible. This means more space will be available for Game saves and Game Data. If you aren't too concerned with reinstalling game data on the new drive, i would suggest deleting these from the first hard drive as well, as they take up much more space and make the back-up process take considerably longer.
Once the Backup Utility finishes, you may swap in the new hard drive and restore the data from your flash drive. Restore is in the Backup Utility menu.
It seems that you Hard Drive is full. You may either choose to upgrade the Hard Drive, or you can compress or even delete some of your data. There are also programs that will search for duplicate files on your system. This website is one example of that. http://www.easyduplicatefinder.com/ I hope I answered your question. Have a great day.
Your D drive is usually for system restore. Insteed of system restore disk the manufacturer will partition a drive and place the installation data in the D drive. You should have a C drive and this is where you want to focus on. Delete unwanted pictures , music, and other unwanted files. Movies will really use a lot of drive space.
It could, depending on how large your hard drive is. Side note, if these are important, back them up so you won't lose them. One way to save space is to put your hard drive in a compress mode. Go to start, computer, select the hard drive, right click then under properties click the box that says "compress to save space". It will save space and also help it run faster.
1. This may not be extra ram being needed this may be a virus or you have loaded your hard drive and will need to clear some files and programs may be needing a lot of space. 2. You may have to many Mp3 file stored or videos. Videos and music Mp3 files take up a lot of space on the hard drive and can potentially lock the hard drive. 3.You the utility in Windows to clear some hard drive space. Found in the "accessories" then System Tools >.then "disk cleanup" This is for Windows XP. Windows 7 is totally different but basically the same principal. I hope this helps. Have a great day
Hi, 1. Go to the Start menu and open Control Panel 2. Select the System and Maintenance option if you are using
the Control Panel Home View and Administrative Tools if you are using
the Classic View 3. In the Administrative Tools section, select Create and format disk partitions. 4. For Classic View users, select the Computer Management option and select Storage. When done, click Disk Management 5. When the list of your drive is displayed, choose the one
with which you want to merge your partitioned drive with (e.g. disk D:)
and select Delete Volume. 6. Hence, select your drive C: and the option Extend Volume.
You computer will automatically select empty available spaces on your
hard disk, and you can alter them if you wish to do so.
It's probably not out of line. A one hour minDV holds about
13.5 gigs. AVI files need a LOT of space. Yes, it will be compressed before it goes to DVD, but compression (also called rendering) usually isn't done during the capture process.
How much hard drive space do you have? You probably need more.