|Quoting LH526 (Thread starter):|
My question now is ... is this possible? Can such a large file be actually handled propperly? Ain't there a maximum file size per file system?
|Quoting Klaus (Reply 2):|
The machine itself should be fine for the job. You can't get much higher than that
|Quoting RichardPrice (Reply 4):|
If they send you the file on an NTFS formatted disk, you will be able to read it but you wont be able to write it back to the disk. OSX doesnt currently support NTFS writing.
|Quoting LH526 (Reply 3):|
The other company seems to use NTFS ... seems to be not that big an issue.
|Quoting N231YE (Reply 6):|
The other company announced in 2003 it was supposed to start using a more advanced file system; WinFS, with its newest product. However, as usual, looks came first and WinFS was not included in the other company's newest product.
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