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MacOS File - 2 Gig Limit?

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I have a movie file thats 3.8 gigs is there a way to get around the MacOS 2 gig filesize limit so I can move it to that computer?
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Sounds like you're something less than OS 9. Under OS 9 and OS X the file size limits are significantly higher. Somewhere around 2TB.
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Im on OS 9.2.
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Perhaps you're running into Appleshare transfer size limits. Try using FTP instead.
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