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Old 11-12-2005, 11:10 PM
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It's not clear, in this case, whether the problem is with the source or destination volumes. Use the "Console" application to view the System log. In there, look for the I/O exception listed at 2:12pm or so.

There, it should indicate what "device" is causing the problem -- it'll look something like "disk0s9". Once you see the failing device, check the list of drives in System Profiler to see whether it's the source (disk0s9) or destination (disk1s3).

If the source, I'd use Terminal to delete the logfile listed. To do so, you'd use:

cd /private/var/log/cups
sudo rm access_log

If the destination, I'd try to erase and zero the drive with Disk Utility, and then copy again.
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