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I copied a file to a USB FOB and when I copy it back (XP, same machine)
it says file name too long?



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I copied a file to a USB FOB and when I copy it back (XP, same machine)
it says file name too long?
Vasos Panagiotopoulos, Columbia'81+, Reagan, Mozart, Pindus, BioStrategist
That calculation windows makes INCLUDES all the path name as well.
Shorten the path and I'll bet it works ok.
There is a Maximum file name and path that windows can handle
 
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vjp2 said:
I copied a file to a USB FOB and when I copy it back (XP, same machine)
it says file name too long?
I considered responding until I read your post. I don't help spammers.
76% of your post is SPAM.

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Vasos Panagiotopoulos, Columbia'81+, Reagan, Mozart, Pindus, BioStrategist
http:// www. panix. c*m/ ...
<snipped the rest of the fake fluff signature>

This is NOT a signature as there is no sigdash separator line ("-- \n")
before the spam & fluff content.

Please stop spamming Usenet with your personal choice for an NNTP
provider. If they append this spam crap, it means they spamify all your
posts. Continued use of their service that spamifies your posts means
you deliberately elect to be their affiliate spammer. Find a different
[free] NNTP provider.

You've been warned in the past that you are spamming in Usenet. You
have refused to correct the situation. You have chosen to be their
SPAMMER. Along with other spammers, you will be ignored hereafter.
Stick with your religious, social, political, and flame newsgroups as
they may not care about spammers polluting those newsgroups.
 

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