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Kingston 8Gig mem stick

Y wont a 7G movie transfer from my hard drive to my 8G mem stick?
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The FAT32 file system has a limit of 4GB per file. This is normal the file system that flash drives come with. You could format the drive with the NTFS file system to get around this restriction.

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