Mario And sonic

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Jan 21, 2008

Mario And sonic by 4urentertainment at 8:00 PM (881 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. 4urentertainment
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    I donno if this is the right place to post this but....
    I just downloaded Mario and Sonic at the olimpics and every time i try to extract it it says:


    ! There is not enough space on the disk.
    ! Write error: only NTFS file system supports files larger than 4 GB

    When there's 4.99 GB free on the disk!!!
    How do i fix this???
     
  2. superrob

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    You got a FAT32 file system?
     
  3. 4urentertainment
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    I think so, how do i check and if so how do i fix it?
     
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    Rigth click on the harddrive you are extracting to and press properties and then you can see it.
     
  5. Xandu

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    That doesn't have anything to do with Mario or Sonic. You only need an NTFS formatted partition because it supports files larger than 4 GBs.
     
  6. 4urentertainment
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    Thanks so now how do i extract?

    EDIT:No worries i figured it out
     
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    Either convert your partition to NTFS (bad idea if you're using an older version of Windows) or, extract on an NTFS partition.
     

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