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Saving to FAT32 format

If you get this warning message: "You are saving an image onto a volume that only supports files less than 4 GB..." it means that the storage volume is probably in FAT32 format, which will allow a single file to be up to 4GB in size but no larger.  The Winclone image file to save is going to be larger than 4GB, so it will not be possible to save to the FAT32 formatted volume.  Volume formats that support large files are HFS+ (Mac), NTFS (Windows), ExFAT and others.  You will need to select a volume that uses one of these formats as the location to save the Winclone image file.

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