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At 08:51 PM 2/25/2005 -0500, Steven C. Barr wrote:

>Also, the maximum file size is a function of the operating system used, not
>the processor. Anything that can use the FAT32 file system (available in any
>32-bit version of Windows, which means 95 on up) can handle huge files
>(don't recall the actual size, but it's a whole bunch of GB).

You may want to recheck your data. FAT32 is limited to 2 GB at best, I
understand. (1 GB in early versions, hence 1 GB maximum VOB size on
DVD-Video). For large files in Windows, NTFS is required.

Note, too, that it is not the OS but the filesystem which imposes the limit
in practice. Thus, one can run a FAT16 partition under XP - and one would
then be limited by FAT16, not by XP.

Mike
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