me is what happens: I have a second hard drive and installed with "Partition Manager" to create new partitions. On the old FP were still about 30GB s.avi files that I had not backed up because of the size on CD / DVD. Partition Manager offered me after the partition of the new FP, move data between partitions. I meant no harm and have the AVIs of the old FP moved to a new partition. Unfortunately, no player can now recognize the AVI's more synonymous GSpot tells me that they are no longer correct AVIs, that is, it is when you move something happen with the AVIs. All partitions are formatted vfat way.
Is there a way to repair the AVIs? Is there possibly a tool with which one can determine what is missing?
Antwort von Markus:
a FAT32-formatted hard drive (I'm assuming that you are with the "vfat" meant you were) can only handle certain file sizes. Copy and paste a several times on a trial GB AVI file on an NTFS formatted drive and test it again with GSpot. - What message will you get?
Antwort von T-fix:
Hi, yes, of course, I thought FAT32 (I involuntarily the normal Linux file system name used). That with the file sizes as I know, but the AVIs were indeed previously synonymous to a FAT partition, and no file is larger than 4GB. I have tried to open the files with various programs (usVirtual Dub). I try werds again on an NTFS partition.