OK, a while ago I asked about the size of partition you could have with FAT32. I have the whole drive partitioned as FAT32. It is one of three drives in this computer. 1) is Suse 9 Linux 2) Windows 3) 200GB storage. I formatted it in FAT32 so that both OS's could see it and use it. Now I am haveing a problem with putting large files on that drive. By large I mean 4 to 5 GB size. I get a invalid file handle error. Next I noticed that I have a FAT32 partion on my laptop for pretty much the same reason. However, when I try to put a large (4-5 GB) file it says there is not enough room, although there is 30 GB there. This brings up two questions. 1) Does FAT32 have a file size limit? And... 2) If I made those partitions NTFS would it make a difference if I wrote to them in linux since they are really just storage locations anyway? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!