USB corrupts large files ~~Sorry, didn't see the Storage and Removable Media forum, pls move. I have a 7.98GB USB that is under FAT32 and why I need to do something is - after 600 MB or even after 300-400 MB every file I paste in it is empty, white, without text, - it's like the USB can store up to 300-400 MB or even if you make one 600MB file everything copied after that - including as small as 4KB text file will be blank. I was told by one person in a cyber cafe how it shouldn't be FAT32. Thx to him, since I used to have another prob on my PC with files larger than 4GB being cut up to 4 GB on my FAT32 Hard drives, formatting them to NTFS fixed and I could store even a 25 GB file on the drives. Well, the same must be made with my USB. I already followed how from changing the option in Policy in Device Manager >> USB mass storage, to enable NTFS option when I right-click format on my USB (since if the policy isn't changed I have only option to format to FAT32). But there come two problems: When I click format (with NTFS), this happens: If I click the properties of the USB after the format it looks like this: It says the file or directory is corrputed on unavailable. I can bring back my USB to work if I format again with FAT32 but since it stores only few hundred MBs when supposed to be 7.9GB, I need to change the system. I use WinXP SP2. So I used a program called 'Paragon Partition Manager' and used the normal state - when it is FAT32 to click 'format parition' select the file system and when the process is done, if I try to enter my USB it still say: the file or directory is corrputed on unavailable. I've heard about it must be from admin account, but I think I'm using an admin acc (matters maybe for the format dunno). How can I make it work in NTFS?