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File size limit on FAT32 file system.

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Hi,
I m copying data from a video stream on the hard disk using a C++
programme in win32 API. my current file system is FAT32 .. the file
size limit of FAT32 is 4GB. I want to automatically split the file if
the file size is greater than 4GB and create a new file with the
incoming data. How can I perform the above task . Please guide me.
Regards,
Amod

Nov 22 '05 #1
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Amod wrote:
Hi,
I m copying data from a video stream on the hard disk using a C++
programme in win32 API. my current file system is FAT32 .. the file
size limit of FAT32 is 4GB. I want to automatically split the file if
the file size is greater than 4GB and create a new file with the
incoming data. How can I perform the above task . Please guide me.


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Jonathan

Nov 22 '05 #2

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