'too large for destination file system' so need to change to NTFS?

  buel 19:10 06 Apr 12
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Hi, I am trying to transfer a folder over 4gb and get the above message so i have learned that i need to convert my external drive to NTFS, i can see instructions on the seb but i wondered if there was any hints or tips that anyone could give me, plus i wanted to know are there any risks involved as i have nearly 1tb of data on my ex hd?

  john bunyan 19:20 06 Apr 12

If you have other drives you could format then to NTFS and copy data as a back up. However theoretically it should be ok. Have a look here:

Forum: convert FAT to NTFS

  buel 12:19 07 Apr 12

Hi, I have vista, not W7.

  john bunyan 12:25 07 Apr 12

Here you are: Vista FAT to NTFS Just Google : FAT to NTFS in Vista for other solutions.

  buel 08:14 08 Apr 12
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Thank you!!

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