jfitzpatrick at August 27th, 2013 16:00 — #1
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/169551/why-wont-windows-let-me-park-an-8.6gb-file-in-a-14.7gb-space/
You have more than enough available space on a given hard disk, so why can’t you park your file there? Read on as we investigate why Windows will deny you even if there is plenty of space to spare.
walkerreuben at August 28th, 2013 00:27 — #2
I got caught on this one once. It just shows how little attention the average person pays to common error messages.
nsdcars5 at August 28th, 2013 10:22 — #3
That's exactly why I use exFAT for flash drives.
robotsneedhugs2 at August 28th, 2013 17:22 — #4
I don't think it's a matter of not paying attention, but rather unfamiliarity. I'm sure the average computer user doesn't know the difference between NTFS and Fat32, or even what a file system is, for that matter.