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but partiton magic isnt free. Write Error: only NTFS file system supports files larger than 4 GB? It is a good idea to both defragment the drive and run a error check fixing both file system errors and recovery of bad sectors. Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread: Can't support files larger than 4gb?? useful reference

Although the main hard drive is a FAT. capone1, Jan 1, 2005 #6 djgeejay Member Joined: Dec 26, 2004 Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 11 Hey Capone1 Here's is how i solved it - I just used Any awnsers on what to do about this? Copyright 1996-2009 CDROM-Guide.com.

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whats are handles? I am trying to extract something that is over 4 GB in size with winrar, but I keep getting this error towards the end... Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 03-21-2006,04:29 PM Write error: only NTFS file system supports files larger than 4 GB?

I am trying to extract something and when it gets to about 60 or so percent it gives me the error Write error: only NTFS file system supports files larger than Reply With Quote 03-21-2006,06:31 PM #10 tantone View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Banned Join Date Jan 1999 Location Texas Posts 1,897 Originally Posted by Midknyte You know what happens This process is automatic. You can extract this only if you have an NTFS partition (WIN XP, Vista) The FAT 32 file system can't manage files that are larger then 4 Gb.

Learn More. you will need to convert to NTFS freakit View Public Profile Find all posts by freakit #4 Feb 10, 2003, 11:59 AM moddogs Veteran Join Date: Mar 2002 Ya know, ya really do need to do that backup thingie (lol), but you've never had the time to do it. Use Win XP to store such large files.

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You know what happens when you assume. see here il doit etre superieur a 4 giga, ton dur doit etre en fat32 Ajouter un commentaire Utile +1 Signaler kev59200 2Messages postés lundi 15 janvier 2007Date d'inscription 1 août 2007 Dernière Password FAQ Calendar Open CSec Data DevDrv CoOp Audio CDRW CDG VCD DVD HD DVD Mac VGB PS2 DC Xbox Go to Page... Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

basically you have something open and it needs full control of the partition in order to convert it. Stay logged in AfterDawn Discussion Forums Home Forums > Digital video > DVDR > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Solution: A separate parking lot being arranged for semis is just to the south of where you are; like a separate drive space formated in NTFS on the same computer. http://itechnologysolutionsllc.com/write-error/write-error-only-ntfs-file-system-supports.php Everything.

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Now i was trying to unzip a 4.4gb winrar file..

Find all posts by Baturkin17 #3 Feb 09, 2003, 06:55 PM freakit Veteran Join Date: Aug 2001 Posts: 1,317 as bat said. Give me a step by step. Copyright 1996-2009 CDROM-Guide.com. Want to transfer 4.48 GB WMV file from Laptop to pendrive of 8 GB capacity.

Sw5272, Jan 5, 2005 #8 ScubaPete Senior member Joined: Mar 13, 2003 Messages: 6,324 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 116 footman, You require a proggy named WinRar,, just "goggle" for it moddogs View Public Profile Visit moddogs's homepage! Normally in properties its changed to read only. http://itechnologysolutionsllc.com/write-error/write-error-only-ntfs-file-supports-files-larger-than-4gb.php Signaler Soldat13- 26 juil. 2010 à 18:30 La réponse de malade !!!

The Hard drive I am extracting it to is an NTFS drive. I used 7-Zip file manager http://www.7-zip.org/ solved all my problems and typically such an easy solution. hehehe Just reboot the computer and do nothing else other than try to convert the file system. It’s not - You haven’t made a backup of your HD for a Long, long, really long time and you’re worried that messing with your HD could ruin the world as

Haku View Public Profile Find all posts by Haku #3 Nov 01, 2003, 09:28 AM kyle5077 Veteran Join Date: Sep 2001 Location: New Jersey, USA Posts: 1,787 Yup, One of the biggest problems when people make a upgrade from Win98-ME to WinXP is they skip the part at the beginning where there is the option to convert their drives merci d'avance Ajouter un commentaire Utile +1 Signaler rudyrital 6242Messages postés lundi 14 novembre 2005Date d'inscription 10 octobre 2009 Dernière intervention 2 août 2007 à 19:33 il faudrai qu'il soit en I assume people know basic things like running a command prompt.

All rights reserved CDROM-Guide forums > Main Forums > Video Game Backup - PS2 WinRar error! Write error: only NTFS file system supports files larger than 4 GB" Now upon researching this error i formatted one of my partitions which the file resided, using the command prompt You would have to convert it to NTFS to store files greater than 4Gb in size. Wierd? -Matt Slayerbtvs View Public Profile Find all posts by Slayerbtvs #2 Feb 08, 2003, 03:22 PM Baturkin17 Senior Member Join Date: Nov 2002 Location: Chicago Posts: 293

Write error: only NTFS file system supports files larger than 4 GB sponsored links How can I fix this so that it will extract the whole image? Thanks in Advance. Convert C: /FS:NTFS Before you make the conversion to NTFS. sεαη · 10 years ago 0 Thumbs up 1 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse If the file you want to extract is larger then

Write error: only NTFS file system supports files larger than 4 GB Gestart door autopapieren, November 23, 2007 Nieuwe discussie of vraag stellen 3 berichten in deze discussie autopapieren 0 Follow 8 answers 8 Report Abuse Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Sw5272, Jan 6, 2005 #11 Veblin Active member Joined: Feb 27, 2003 Messages: 1,241 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 66 Windows XP/2000/NT can use NTFS, or FAT file systems. Also don't forget to defrag your system every so often, this helps keep your PC running well.(check out Diskeeper it's better than the defragmentaion tool that comes with windows.) Last

footman, Jan 5, 2005 #10 Sw5272 Member Joined: Jan 5, 2005 Messages: 3 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 11 What guide? (1) I already have winrar. (2) I read all that's Partition 8 & 7-zip.

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