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Hi there, not sure if this is the right place to post this one but here goes.
I have a Buffalo 120gig NAS (it runs Linux) hanging off a router which throws up an error message ("drive is full")to any files over 2 gigs. Anyone any experience of this and any solutions?

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Is the FS ext2, ext3, etc. Check in the disk manager for info on the FS. Also, have you tried backing up the hard drive contents and formating it? When you do, format it FAT32 if Windows computers will need to access it, or format it ext3 if only Linux computers will be accessing it.
 

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not sure i'd be competent enough to do that. It was bought with the OS installed, my only access to it is via a web browser across my network. (which is why i didn't know what file system it uses)
I'll go down the route of a re-format and see what options (if any) it offers me.

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