#1
Hey guys, I want to put a game's .iso file on a memory stick. It's about 4.3 gigs big. I have over 5 gigs of free space on the stick. When I try to copy it on to the stick it says that I don't have enough space on the stick. WTF?
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#4
I don't think so..It's my mom's stick.
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#5
you have to format the stick to NTFS. FAT32 can't take larger files.
#6
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I don't think so..It's my mom's stick.

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#7
My Computer > find stick > right click > format > quick format > NTFS

If your trying to extract the ISO file on it the uncompression of the files could be larger than the ISO file itself.
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#8
Won't formatting erase like, everything? There are loads of her work documents on it, and I kind of do not want to screw it up.
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i keep asking my dad for wood. but he keeps getting annoyed (he's working on a house). and i'm too young to go outside.

#9
Here's the thing. Memory sticks have their own software, which could be like 1G itself. The ISO has uncompression software (probably), which is also large. Therefore, I wouldn't use a Memory Stick. If you have one, use an External Hard Drive. If you don't, well...good luck...
#10
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Won't formatting erase like, everything? There are loads of her work documents on it, and I kind of do not want to screw it up.


Just copy everything to the PC. Then format
#11
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Won't formatting erase like, everything? There are loads of her work documents on it, and I kind of do not want to screw it up.

Yes.
Therefore, copy all the documents to your computer before you format it.
#13
I'll Blutooth it!!!
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#16
FAT16 can't handle files over 4GB in size, you'll have to reformat it to FAT32 or NTFS.
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Hey guys, I want to put a game's .iso file on a memory stick. It's about 4.3 gigs big. I have over 5 gigs of free space on the stick. When I try to copy it on to the stick it says that I don't have enough space on the stick. WTF?


I believe FAT32 will only allow you to transfer 4gigs maximum. Format it to NTFS.
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So out of context, but still hilarious

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FAT16 can't handle files over 4GB in size, you'll have to reformat it to FAT32 or NTFS.


This
#22
Hahahaha, glad to have!
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#23
I know weird stuff I can do with your memory stick
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#24
I know weird stuff I can do with yours!
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i keep asking my dad for wood. but he keeps getting annoyed (he's working on a house). and i'm too young to go outside.