fat 32 drives can't handle large file sizes. It needs to be NTFS for big files
Also there is a limit to how many files can be in the root of a drive. You need to put files in subfolders. Had the same prob with a 100MB zip drive it "filled up" with just 5MB cuz I had all files directly in root , just created a folder and it would then hold close to 100MB
I think Imperator and Tomcast are on the right track but it's not the port. A port simply transfers data, it doesn't care how much it transfers. If your drive has a fat32 partition and the file you are trying to transfer is larger than 4 gigs, you will get that error. Either convert the partition to NTFS or make the file smaller than 4 gigs.
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