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more than one data strem?

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ok i had a 40 gig harddrive i wasn't using, so i decided to use it to store my backups of stuff. i formatted it with FAT32, dunno why, probably because i usually see removable disks with FAT...

when i'm copying files over it tells me at a .ccd file that it "contains more than one data stream, drive cna't support it so it will be lost, continue?"

is that bad? am i going to be unable to burn or mount it then?
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