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Old October 19, 2011, 12:10 PM
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Yeah 4GB limit to FAT32. You can use exFAT or NTFS to copy files bigger than 4GB. Just right click the drive and format :) NTFS is faster than FAT32. I find FAT32 when copying it'll start REALLY low and climb but with exFAT or NTFS it'll start high and drop to it's normal speeds. You wont brick the drive, I've formatted my drives MANY times.
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