movie file Tags: Flash Media Movies USB Storage Last response: April 18, 2010 8:49 AM in Storage Share Anonymous a b G Storage April 17, 2010 5:53:45 PM Hello, why cant i add a 6 GB movie file to empty 16 GB usb key More about : movie file MrLinux a b G Storage April 17, 2010 5:59:35 PM Because it's formatted with FAT32 and can't accept a file bigger than 4Gig. Anonymous a b G Storage April 17, 2010 9:23:30 PM MrLinux said:Because it's formatted with FAT32 and can't accept a file bigger than 4Gig. I tried a new 16 GB key and still wont except, how would i get FAT32 changed,please,thanks Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer sminlal a c 415 G Storage April 18, 2010 8:49:35 AM Use Windows Disk Manager to format the USB key as NTFS - that will allow files larger than 16GB. Note, however, that most other devices and non-Windows computers probably won't be able to access the files. NTFS is used by Windows only. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Native MP4 file bitrates being REDUCED by Movie Maker even when saved as MP4! Forum Looking for movie media file manager Forum How do you play a .mod Movie Clip file? Forum Best Movie File Format Forum Best way to condense a movie file to fit on a dvd Forum SolvedWhy doesn't my Vizio hdtv recognize my movie files on my flash drive? Forum Cannot open movie clip file in windows video player Forum Saving file on windows movie maker Forum Cant delete a movie file off of my computer Forum How to open dat file in windows movie masker? Forum DVD movie file association broken Forum Movie Maker file disappeared Forum How can I transfer a 4gig movie file from camera to computer? Forum Solvedfree software to convert blueray movie files to dvd format Forum Burn bin file to movie DVD movie format??? Forum saving movie file Forum Konami 80s Arcade Gallery movie file posted. Forum cant delete a movie file off of my computer Forum Can I rotate an mpeg file in movie maker 2? Forum Movie Maker 2 crashes playing a mpg file Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !