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I am unable to upload a file in my computer, what i want to upload.

I am unable to upload a file in my computer that i want to upload.

What is the difference between these sentences written above?

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    What makes the former ungrammatical. For the latter, you can use either that or which. I find the sentence a bit wordy and the part "that I want to upload" unnecessary. Also, we use a different preposition with upload - if you upload something, you transfer it from one place to another. Mar 28, 2021 at 15:03
  • Don't you mean download? Upload or download a file TO a place.
    – Lambie
    Mar 29, 2021 at 15:21

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I am unable to upload a file in my computer that I want to upload.

That one is OK but the other one is not. This one would also work with which instead of that as AndrewTobilko pointed out in a comment.

However it would be clearer to say

I am unable to upload a file from my computer

using from rather than in and deleting the last part since it does not really add any extra information.

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