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Jul 6, 2009

I have a 8gb memory stick and want to transfer my 5gb zip file to it but I get error code 0. I read this is because my zip file is too big in FAT format and that if I change it to ntsf or something I'll be able to transfer it.

1. How do I change it into ntsf format
2. What should I download to write into the ntsf format memory stick on my mac.

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