This happens with any file, folder or icon i try to copy onto a disc. I cannot back anything up, and it will take forever to upload everything onto a file storage site. I would rather fix this than have to reformat.
I determined that it was going from NTFS to FAT just from reading up on it. Im no expert on this matter at all, so if I am wrong, please correct me.
I performed a scan after writing this thread thinking it would help base don other stuff I had read, and it came up with this right at the start:
"Operating memory - Win32/Olmarik Trojan - unable to clean"
Would that have anythign to do with it? Maybe its keeping me from backing up my files? Thanks.
You may face this type of problem while you are converting the files . Or NTFS or FAt error situation error is faced by user while you are transferring your NTFS file from your car to memory card. Due to system errors or due to power failure some times this file get corrupt. At that type of situation you must go for stellar phoenix fat ntfs software to recover your lost and damaged fat and ntfs file.
As listed in thos other links supplied, FAT has a maximum files size of 4 gig. Any files larger than this (videos) will not copy. Any files that have an alternate data stream(s) or user permissions on them may copy, but you will lose the alternate data streams and permissions when it's copied over. The permissions aren't a problem, but losing the alternate data streams may be a problem depending on what the contents of the stream are and how they are used by the program that created them.