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Old 06-07-2010, 12:11 PM
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So, it's quite likely that your destination drive is locking up/failing during the copy.
Sorry, I didn't make this clear. The destination drive, an external Firewire, is fine.

It was the drive I was trying to back up that died, the internal drive on the G4.

I did learn how to swap out an internal HD yesterday, so now I feel like Mr. Tech.
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