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I have a 2 PC home network and I am trying to copy a knoppix dvd iso from one to the other,, the knoppix iso is 4 gig and the target drive shows 22 gig free, but when I try to copy it I get an error message saying there is not enough room on the target drive?????
I have tried to copy other, larger iso's and that works fine,,, any ideas????
Strange. The FAT32 filesystem is a possible cause.
Anyway, you can try to cut the file into smaller parts, send them to the other pc and reassemble the file there. But I don't know what program you can use to do it, because I don't know if it can support such a large file. There is winrar, hjsplit.exe, other tools too surely.
Another cause of problems in windows is a too long file path.
Last edited by masterclassic; 09-10-2007 at 01:04 PM.