is there a limit to file size on hard drives? Tags: Hard Drives File Size Storage Last response: March 6, 2006 4:04 AM in Storage Share Hitchiker March 6, 2006 3:37:18 AM Is there a limit to the size of a file you are allowed to have on your Hard Drive or in a particular folder on your computer? I have a new Seagate 250GB Hard Drive that has been acting up when i capture lots of video to it. More about : limit file size hard drives psyno March 6, 2006 3:45:48 AM There is a limit. It depends on the file system. If you're using FAT32, the limit is 4 GB. If you're using NTFS, the limit is much greater than the size of your drive. MadModMike March 6, 2006 4:04:48 AM Quote:There is a limit. It depends on the file system. If you're using FAT32, the limit is 4 GB. If you're using NTFS, the limit is much greater than the size of your drive. The only restriction under NTFS is the entire volume minus the MFT and a few other components/overhead, there is virtually no limit. ~~Mad Mod Mike, pimpin' the world 1 rig at a time Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: Forum" File exceeds filesystem size limit " HELP ForumWindows XP Hard Drive Size Limit - Please help me ForumFile size limit for MS Backup? ForumIs there a 4 gig file size limit in WinXP? ForumHow can i get around the 4gig file size limit problem? ForumSY-P4I Fire Dragon Hard Drive Size Limit Forum4GB file size limit ? ForumWindows XP disk size limit ForumExternal hard drive half the size after formatting ForumHard Drive Size Limitation ForumHow to limit file size on folder ForumOS hard disk space limit ? ForumQuicktime file size limitations? ForumAbit BX6 v1 Hard Drive Size Limitation? ForumAV40 hard drive size limit ForumHard Drive Size Limit ForumBios detecting version of windows that are no longer there ForumCan I hook up an IDE hard drive in a computer w/ a SCSI? ForumHard Drive Partitioning ForumHard Drive problem? More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !