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2 GB flash drive.. Message says there is not enough room on drive to copy files, but as far as I can tell, the drive is actually all but empty, everything deleted. Is this have something to do with fragmentation? Is there a simple solultion?

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Look what are you saving that file is bigger then 2gb?

you try zib file that try may be it work but keep in mind look size of file you are tring to save flash drive

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Hey i have a 14.8gb SanDisk® Cruzer Glide™ USB Flash Drive, 16GB in im tryna drag a mp3 file to it in telling me The item can't be copied because there not enough free space


If you are using Windows 10, right-click on the Windows Start icon in the lower left. From the menu which appears, select File Explorer.

The window which appears should be centered on "This PC" on the left panel. On the right panel will be a section titled "Devices and Drives". This will show you the disk drives on your computer, their size and the free space left on each. You should be able to see the USB Cruzer drive as one of your devices, and should be able to see if there is, in fact, any free space on it.

The message you received sounds like a valid message. If you see that there is little free space on the drive, you can double-click on that drive in the File Explorer window to examine its contents to decide if there are one or more files you want to delete to make room for the file you are trying to copy to the drive.

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Find some other files to delete or move onto a flash drive to make some room. Make sure your recycle bin is empty.

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What format is the drive

In the Microsoft Windows operating system, you can copy and paste 5 GB files as long as you have enough disk drive space. The disk drive to which you're pasting the file must be formatted using the New Technology File System (NTFS), which supports the copying and pasting of very large files.

Purchase a large capacity USB external hard disk drive from a reputable vendor. Make sure that the hard disk drive is at least 100 GB. Connect the external hard disk drive to a spare USB port in your computer. Wait for the Windows operating system to recognize the hard disk drive. Double-click on the "Computer" icon on the Windows Desktop, after which a window will appear listing all of your disk drives. Establish the letter of the new hard disk drive you have just installed. For the purpose of this article, the drive letter is assumed to be "E." Right-click on drive "E," click on "Format," change the file system to "NTFS," then click on the "Start" button. Wait for the process to complete. Click on the 5 GB+ file to select it, then press "Ctrl" + "C" on your keyboard to copy the file to the Windows Clipboard. Click on the "Computer" icon on the Windows Desktop, then double-click on the "E" drive. This will open the root folder of the hard disk drive in the same window. Press "Ctrl" + "V" on your keyboard to paste the 5 GB+ file from the Windows Clipboard to the new hard disk drive. Wait for the process to complete, which will take several minutes.
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How could a brand new USB flash drive not have enough room to store the first file i attempted to store on it ???


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Error message states that there is not enough room


One possibility: you have too many files in the directory. USB flash drives are usually formatted in FAT32 and thus stuck with the limits of the standard. Try moving some of your files into folders.

Second check for a encrypted partition locking part of the disc. If ReadyBoost capable a section of the memory set aside to do ReadyBoost for Windows Vista or Win7 (you'll need to release the ReadyBoost on the computer that dedicated the space).

I hope this helps.

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I have a 8GB Kingston USB and I'm trying to copy an mpeg video file about 5GB into the USB, but it's not working. The message keeps saying the disk destination is full and insert another disk. The USB is...


Hello

I know this might sound dumb, but have you tried formatting the drive?
Something else you can try is to assign a new drive letter to the drive and this is how you do it.

Control panel
administrative tools
Computer management
Storage
Disc management
Then you must see your flash drive in the bar chart at the bottom
Right click on the flash drive
Change drive letter

The other thing might be that the file is corrupt. Try this, it should resolve your problem.
Please rate this

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Click Properties, and check formatting. I had one of those, and it was FAT32, so it will only except a a certain size of files. All you need to do is right click on it and select format. This could take a while.

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check your flash drive if you dont have any hidden files like porn.. wahahahhah.. just joking dude.. anyway..
go to control panel.. then appearance and themes.. folder options.. and then go to VIEW TAB.. under VIEW TAB..
click the SHOW HIDDEN FILES AND FOLDERS.. click APPLY or OK.. then check your flash drive...

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Do a bit of arithmetic - go to each folder right click, then click on properties and take note of the size of each folder. What does that add up to? Any unusually large files? Has it been partitioned at all?

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