Splitting a large file...
I have a file that is about a gig in size and I want to move it. Unfortunately, I can't think of a way to transfer it over the 'net. I think the second easiest way would be to split it into 4 250 Meg files and store them on some Zip disks I already have (both computers have zip drives, too). Then I could re-assemble the file at the destination. Is this possible? If so, how or what program would I need. Perhaps I could use WinZip to "span disk" it across the disks. I know I could do that with regular floppy disks, but would that work with Zip disks? Thanks.
Sure you can use WinZip or you can try HJSplit
yes, winzip will work. Also, Ghost will work too.
Thanks for the info. I'll try Winzip first then HJSplit if that doesn't work.
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