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Samsung SP0802N probloms

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#1 starcraftmaster


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Posted 23 December 2008 - 09:54 AM

i got two drives one is a master with windows me on and i got a slave which is the Samsung SP0802N
when i try to copy some thing to it will copy half of it and then i will get the bsod and it will say:
Disk Write Error
Unable to write to disk in Drive D:
Data or files may be lost
Press any key to continue

then i will press a key and this will come up in a normal windows box
Cannot create or replace 'what ever file i pasting'. Windows is unable to find the file. This item might have already been deleted or moved. Press F5 to refresh the view of this folder

then thats all
my Drive C: works good but

its formated in fat32 if that helps

i will try doing a scan disk in windows with the through option.

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 23 December 2008 - 12:26 PM

Try Samsung's disk utility to check for errors:
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