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You get this when backing u data that exceed 4GB to a FAT32 System. Fat 32 has in inherent limit to the maximum size of any file you load to a disk which is 4 GB.
Max File Size
Max # of Files
Max Filename Size
8.3 or 255 characters when using LFNs
Max Volume Size
4GB with some implementations
There are two ways to go around this:
Please go to Where to Backup->Enable Multi-Drive Spanning->Use Fixed Split Size->2GB
Standard Windows utility that is called CONVERT serves this purpose
Just go to the Start->Run->Cmd (Command Prompt) and execute the command:
C:\> CONVERT C: /fs:ntfs
Where C: is a name of the drive you want to convert.
After machine re-boot conversion process will start and you'll have your FAT32 converted to NTFS without data loss.
To check Drive File System: