3604 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: May 22, 2010 9:22 AM by mumbles2701
one is MS-DOS and 150GB the other is mac OS extended (case sensitive) and is 1TB, whatever they mean...
files range from word docs to WAV files, I'd say nothing bigger than 2GB for one file, although only a few of them.
does that matter? i reformatted the little 150gb this morning. do i need to reformat? how come a transfer worked this morning on another folder on the same drives?
one is MS-DOS
would that be in FAT32 or NTFS ?
mac OS extended (case sensitive)
i'm not 100 % sure but i have a fancy such a combination may not play well together.
nothing bigger than 2GB for one file
i was asking because FAT3 has a limitation in that it will not allow you to copy files larger than 4 GB.