Copying to USB Key Tags: Flash Media File Size Video USB Storage Last response: July 5, 2010 2:56 AM in Storage Share matata July 3, 2010 7:34:26 PM I want to copy a holiday video, saved as an AVI file,size 8.1Gb to a USB key, (16Gb) but the message appears 'insufficient space'. Can anyone help? More about : copying usb key GhislainG a c 82 G Storage July 5, 2010 2:56:58 AM The USB key has to use the NTFS format because FAT32 limits the file size to 4GB minus 1 byte. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Urgently Required MSI 990FXA-GD80V2 Bios Backup file that can be copied on USB key to boot from F2 Forum SolvedCopying file onto USB Forum SolvedI'm REALLY having trouble copying files to my USB drive Forum SolvedMass Copying into USB Sticks Forum Copying to USB reaches 99% then stops. Forum SolvedSlow speed while copying data ( 10mb/s ) usb 3.0 Forum SolvedCar Music Player is Playing MP3's from My USB Drive Off-key Forum Copying windows 8.1 from disk to USB drive Forum Copying Files To USB Stick Causes Windows 7 To Freeze Forum usb corruption after copying new files onto it even if I use the "eject" button every time Forum SolvedCan you help my NTSF USB key (64GB) has change into FAT32 32GB...... Forum SolvedHelp me please , I think i've lost everything on my usb key Forum SolvedUSB and repair tool - did not get the cd key Forum COPYING files on a FAT usB STICK TO A ntfs hard drive. Will this work Forum Solvedinstalling windows 8 with a usb and product key Forum SolvedHow can you make an OEM Win 8.1 USB Install Key? Forum Almost all the files on USB disappeared after copying some files from it, how to restore it? Forum hi.. i am facing issues copying files to my usb flash drive.. help Forum SolvedI just found a USB with a bit locker key I want a way to get around it so I can use it Forum Hip-e node - usb doesnt work at booting, can´t press any key to BOOT from cd Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !