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I'm having problems with my buffalo mini station 1tb HD-PXTU2. It cannot copy files that are 4gb and higher. After trying to copy it, an error message will appear andf state that the disc has no spac left even though there still enough/extra space for it. Do you have any solutions for this?

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From My Computer the External Hard Drive can be reformatted.
I beleive the format is called TFMS, this allows a larger than 4Gb single entry to be inputted. It is probably formatted for FAT32 which is limited to 4Gb units

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