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Hi guys Smile

I was wondering why i can't create zip files when i do a regular backup of 4.35gb... i think it's dumb not to be allowed more than 2.0gb..... the 4.35gb will be great to fit to a DVD5

Is there any way to raise the size?

Cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeers Smile

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The 2Gb limit is because of limitations to the zip file format. Allowing larger then 2Gb zip-files could possibly lead to problems when unzipping....

But... what wrong with for example setting is to 1.4Gb, so three of them add up to 4.2Gb. That would still fit nicely on your DVD5's and would not lead to compatibility problems...
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