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Old 09-12-2007, 12:03 PM
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Unhappy Failed to copy files from Macintosh HD to Clone HD

I bought a brand new WD 250 GB 2.5 Hard drive. I plan on swapping out the internal HD on my macbook Pro Core Duo 2.33 GHz.

I ran disk Utility, and erased the new drive, and set it to Zeros.

Then ran SuperDuper!

My settings are all the ones they said in the documentation.
Backup all files
Erase, then copy....

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It goes through Phase ONE fine:
  • Prepared Macintosh HD
  • Erased Clone HD
  • Prepared Clone HD
  • Preserved Spotlight state on Clone HD
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Phase 2 is where it gets an error.
X Failed to copy files from Macintosh HD to Clone HD
571,408 of 609,311 files evaluated, 544,643 files copied. Effective copy speed 9.60 MB/s.
152.14 GB evaluated. 0.00 MB already up to date, 150.00 GB copied.
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It stops on this.

What do I do?
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