File too large for destination

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Ilmu baru ‘pagi’ ni. Kalau nak transfer file ke pendrive yang lebih dari 4gb, kena format pendrive tersebut kepada NTFS (New Technology File System (NTFS) adalah sistem fail yang biasa bagi Windows NT dan dan versi Windows lain selepas itu.) Mesti kita punya pendrive guna format FAT32 (FAT32 is the oldest of the three file systems available to Windows). Apa beza antara format exFAT, FAT32 dan NTFS?

Jadi, selamat menformat. Chowww…
The ‘file too large for destination file system’ error in Windows is becoming rarer thanks to larger drives that use the NTFS file system. Any drive formatted with FAT32 is only capable of handling 4GB files. Anything larger than that, even if made up of smaller individual files, will not work. FAT32 simply cannot handle it. That’s why Windows switched to NTFS and has other file systems available, such as ReFS (Resilient File System).

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