Windows 10: i cannot copy
i cannot copy
I have drivers pack solution 17 ver iso file. and i cannot copy in 16 GB pen drive. its error message was came cannot copy layer 2 FAT drive something like this please help me what should i do and how to fix this.
Last edited by kody; 21 Oct 2016 at 00:12.
In your System Specs your CPU is most likely an Intel since the motherboard is Intel.
Most USB Thumb/Flash/Pen drives come formatted as FAT32 in sizes up to 32GB and possibly 64GB. I have 3 of the 64GB size and all are FAT32. Haven't had occasion to look at the 128GB models.
A limit of FAT32 is it has a single file size of 4GB, would need to reformat as NTFS if the file size is 4GB plus 1B [Byte]. Maybe that's why your data won't copy?
i did the format my pen drive but its didn't copy
What did you format your pen drive to?
How large is the ISO file you are trying to copy? Does the flash drive have a physical read/write switch on it? Can you post the exact error message?
i format my pen drive. and my iso file is 14 GB large. cannot copy layer 2 FAT 32 drive
It has to be NTFS or exFat to be able to store 4GB+ single files. There are other formats but are not practical for Windows PC.
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