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Old 02-09-2008, 02:54 PM
frontendrob frontendrob is offline
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SD hangs on every Backup attempt, help please.

Hi all.

I just purchased SD 2.5 today. I tried to Smart Update my Backup (made with the old Version of SD), it stopped copying files at a certain point into the process (at 85.01 GB anaylized...). It was stuck for 30 minutes, so I stopped it. Next thing I tried was Erase & Copy. Same thing, it stopped copying at 85.01 GB. So next, I formatted the Backup disk (it's a new WD 1TB external) with Disk Utility (I am on 10.5.1). Then I tried Erase & Copy again. Same story.

So, maybe at that point into the Backup SD is scanning my Parallels XP HD (20GB) or some other giant file hidden somewhere and I am just to impatient thinking it halted.

Also I recall having that Problem once before with the old SD, but I worked next time I tried.

I would really appreciate any help on this case, as I don't feel very good running without any backup...
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