Media Encoder - "Disk Full" error

I am using CS4 and tried to render my 1st video of about 2 hours to MS AVI format. I get an error after about 20 minutes that says:
- Source File: C:\Users\Cooper\AppData\Local\Temp\SSDC Winter Dance.prproj
- Output File: F:\Videos\Premiere Pro\Sequence 01.avi
- Preset Used: NTSC DV
- Video: 720x480, 29.97 [fps], Lower, Quality 100
- Audio: 48000 Hz, Stereo, 16 bit
- Bitrate:
- Encoding Time: 00:20:25
1/25/2009 2:30:32 PM : Encoding Failed
Error compiling movie.
Disk Full.
The Output file disk has about has about 650gb of available space available. Can anyone help me with what the problem could be? Thanks.

First thanks to everyone who tried to help. I believe I found the problem. It had nothing to do with Premiere Pro setup. The 1TB external hard drive that I was using for my scratch drive was set up as a FAT32. This meant that any files I tried to create that would be greater than about 4GB would error out. This is why I was getting the "disk full" error message even though my disk still had over of 600gb available space. I converted the hard drive to NTFS and have no more errors. Hopefully my discovery will help the next person who may run into this problem.

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    It is an obvious bug of the file system. Why, dear Nokia, are you making updates of the firmware with new graphical features and (sure everyone needs it) dynamic scrolling WITHOUT FIXING THIS BUG? Can you at least make an app that would recover the lost space?
    Is it not a proper message for discussion forums? Probably! But there is no support anymore to contact. All "contact support"  links end up here. You are not trying to help your customers with their problems, you invite to discuss them. How nice!
    Could you please give some response to the issue? So far i've only seen reports of desperate users trying to fix the problem.

    Hello, w00dman. Welcome to the Nokia Support Discussions!
    We are sorry to hear this. You may try the below fixes:
    Close some applications and try again
    In this case there are too many applications active at the same time. The problem can be fixed by closing some of the applications:
    Long press the Menu key to see the list of active applications.
    Select the applications which are not needed and close them.
    If this doesn't help, switch off and restart the phone.
    Delete or remove some data from C: Phone memory
    The phone notifies you if the phone memory or memory card free space is getting low. There can be different error messages shown this situation, for example:
    "Memory Full: Delete or remove some data from C: Phone memory"
    "Disk Full : Automatic retrieval of mailbox for exchange disabled"
    Free your Phone memory
    Transfer some data to the memory card with the File mgr application (select Menu > Applications > File mgr.). Select or mark files to be moved, select Options > Organise > Move to folder and then the destination folder.
    In order to free memory, you could also remove or move the following items:
    Messages from Inbox, Drafts and Sent folders in Messaging.
    Define a shorter sync period in Mail settings to remove retrieved e-mails.
    Clear the web browser cache to free some memory (select Options > Clear privacy data > Cache). 
    Saved images, videos, or sound files.
    Contact information.
    Calendar notes.
    Downloaded application packages.
    If there are applications which are not needed any more, uninstall them (select Menu > Settings > Data mgr. > App.mgr. > Installed apps.).
    Any other data that you no longer need.
    Use the memory card in the Camera application (select Options > Settings > Memory in use to define the memory where the images are stored). Or copy images and video clips to your PC with Nokia Suite. 
    Let us know how it will go. 

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