12 gig windows media player movie prompts \

12 gig windows media player movie prompts "not enough storage" when attempting to save to 32 gig Kingston flash drive. Kingston drive states 28 gigs free space available. Any thoughts?
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  1. Is the file being saved larger than 4GB? If the flash drive is formatted as FAT then it won't be able to accept any file larger than 4GB. You can reformat the flash drive as NTFS to get around that limitation.
  2. sminlal said:
    Is the file being saved larger than 4GB? If the flash drive is formatted as FAT then it won't be able to accept any file larger than 4GB. You can reformat the flash drive as NTFS to get around that limitation.

    Thank you. That seemed to have remedied the problem.
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