Monday, September 24, 2012
Friday, September 14, 2012
Almost everybody have a mobile phone these days. Some may have very expensive sets and some may have an average one. Whether it is expensive or not, you must have an idea to maintain your phone; well unless you are a billionaire and you change your phone every day lol.
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Transferring file higher than 4GB in FAT32 file system / Splitting a large file into smaller size files
If you are trying to copy or move a file of more than 4GB to a pen drive or other secondary drive or even to another drive of your hard disk which use FAT file system than you won't be able to do it. This is because the maximum size of a file that can be transferred in a FAT file system directory is 4GB. Remember this rule only apply when a file size exceeds 4GB limit. If there are more than one files but each of them are smaller than 4GB but overall size is more than 4GB then you won't have any problem. This is the case if the drive use FAT32 file system. If your drive use FAT16 file system then the minimum size of the file you can transfer in it is 2GB.