Why cant I save my video to a 64 gb flash drive Tags: Flash Media Sandisk Video Flash Drive Storage Last response: May 7, 2012 5:21 AM in Storage Share Hillman May 7, 2012 4:59:44 AM Hello, I have just bought a 64 gb Sandisk flash drive and found I cannot save my 5.51 gb video, although it will save smaller videos. What is the upper limit to save a video on a flash drive? More about : save video flash drive easymoney9 May 7, 2012 5:21:33 AM I believe it is 4gb for FAT 32 which is what flash drives come formatted in. You are going to have to format your flash drive to NTFS if you want to save files bigger than 4gb. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCannot format 64GB flash drive from exFAT to NTFS Forum Why can't I boot to DVD or Flash drive? Forum USB flash needs *insert a disk into drive H* after testing it with h2testw 1.4, why i can't open it? Forum Best performance 64GB USB2.0 flash drive? Forum nothing works guysss please give me a solution . i can't format m sony 32gb flash drive Forum PNY 64GB USB Flash Drive only seeing 32gbs Forum 32 gb USB Flash Drive shows a capacity of 64MB Forum 32 gb USB Flash Drive shows a capacity of 64MB Forum I formated my 16 gb flash drive and it came back with only 1 gb. Can someone tell me why and can I get it back to 16gb ? Forum Why my PC can't use 2pcs of (2gb) RAM = 4gb RAM 64bit Forum SolvedWhy can't we use "Flash Drives" for adding increased Virtual Memory Forum Cant get flash drive to give me more ram on xp why Forum What is the best 4 GB usb flash drive to transfer video to my TV? Forum How to clone hard drive to 64gb flash drive and restore to another hard drive Forum Data bank flash drive 64GB picks up as a card reader instead of a flash drive Forum Remove write protection from kingston 64gb flash drive Forum Remove write protection from kingston 64gb flash drive Forum Why i cannot format my kingston flash 8gb drive Forum Why is my flash drive 16GB reduce to 94.2MB on a Mac? Forum Can't copy a lrage (5GB) file to a USB flash drive Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !