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Why won't Ubuntu copy large files to flash drives or network locations?
Since I installed 11.10 I am unable to copy large files (say 1gb or more) to ANY usb drive that is formated as FAT. The file starts copying, but soon an error appears, saying "Unable to Copy" . ...
Jan 24 '12 at 18:28
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