>I have not seen the answer to this anywhere yet.
>1. What is the actual number of files you can have in a fat32 folder? I
>have one that has 22,657 and can not add any.
A FAT32 directory can have 65,536 directory entries. Each file and
subdirectory takes from two to thirteen entries, depending on the
length of its name, so those entries can disappear long before you
think you've used them all up. Your total of 22,657 files could very
easily use 65,000 entries.
>2. Can this limit be changed?