I am using Windows 2000 and am having a problem with a file size limitation. I have a TV card which allows me to record shows and store them on my hard drive. Originally my OS was on an NTFS drive, but I had the TV card store recorded shows on a firewire drive (FAT32). Whenever the recorded show used more than 4 gig, it was stored in two files (1 approx 4 gig, the other the remaining balance). I found out the FAT32 file size limitation was 4 gig, so I took everything off the firewire drive, formatted it to NTFS, and copied everything back. However, even new shows that I record via the TV card are still splitting files that are larger than 4 gig. I double checked and the firewire drive is formatted to NTFS according to Windows 2000. Why am I still stuck with a 4 gig limit on an NTFS drive? Any help is appreciated.