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I have a 32GB SD Card I use with my GoPro. It's FAT32, and I'm running it on Windows 7.

I have 50 files or so on it of videos from my GoPro. I can copy all but two off of it.

Those two are the only two that exceed .3GB.

Windows can't recognize them. If I try to move them from the file explore, it locks up, and then I get the auto play dialogue as if I just reconnected the SD Card.

I couldn't copy them from the command line, not even with robocopy. It just says 0.0% and hangs immediately when it hits the first one.

All the other files act normal, though if I delete them, they disappear but show up again when I reconnect the device.

Does anyone know what the heck this is?

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