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FAT32 vs NTFS

Question : I am still running Windows 98 and plan to upgrade to XP. I have several ISO's I want to burn to DVD that are in the RAR format. Unfortunately, the ISO file is greater than 4GB and cannot exist under the FAT32 File System. How do I overcome this problem?

Answer : There are two ways to solve this problem. The first is to attach the drive to a working Windows XP machine running on NTFS partition. Either copy the files out to this other drive or burn them directly on a DVD media. The other method is to boot up with Linux. Grab those Linux on a CD. These will usually come with a burning software and Linux is able to read/ write file sizes in excess of 4GB. When installing Windows XP, remember to pick NTFS as the file system.

 
 

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