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Old 03-28-2008, 06:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i went out on a job today to copy a program on my usb stick and it did it fine but when i went back to the office to let my collegues copy it on there pc it wont copy it comes up with an error but i can go into the folder i copied and i can view all the files and folders, can anyone help?
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USB drives tend to fail in parts since the same section of the drive is used over and over. It's most likely a part of the drive holding that folder is corrupt and that is why you can view it but not copy. Try deleting the folder on the drive and then re-copying it.
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