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Re: DVD, XP and a 2 GB limit



IE might be the problem, but then I would not understand as to why I could
not FTP the file in the first place. I will try the other tools that you
suggested.

As for the XP usage, alas it is my game machine, and the machine that has
one with a RW DVD drive. In fact, my Linux box does not have a DVD, CDROM,
or a floppy at all, and 99.44% of the time, one is not needed.

on 5/03/2004 6:47 AM, David Collantes at david bus ucf edu wrote:

> On 5/2/2004 9:05 PM, Kenny Speer wrote:
> 
>> Why in the world would you force yourself to use XP?  And, XP will not
>> display a file larger than 2GB in Explorer.  It's a known issue
>> therefore FTP fails.  Try using CIFS/SMB if you absolutely must use that
>> inferior OS.
> 
> XP has no problem displaying 4,292,982 KB on my Windows machine. I believe, on
> this, IE is the culprit not the OS (which is not really that inferior, but
> that's topic for a different thread).
> 
> Cheers,



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