Since most flash drives come in FAT32 format, some glitches apply. How big is the file being tried to save? Even, if the file is smaller than 4Gb, it may allocate a larger size in order to fulfill the final total of needs. Save, all your data and try this. once that is done, reformat the flash drive to NTFS format and that should help greatly handle large files or data transfers to storage. I found even 3gb+ sizes can cause problems.
SO I have a 16gm sandisk jump drive, it has maybe 3 gbs on it.
I tried saving a picture off my face book to it and it says that the disc is full.
I had 12 gbs of music on it - and pulled that off, onto an external, restarted the system so now its back down to only 3 gbs of pictures on the drive, but i'm still getting the error, The folder I'm saving it into has 38,xxx files on it, could that be the issue?
Oh and using windows 7, same issue on firefox and chrome,
I can open word and save a doc into the folder as well no issues