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Old 01-24-2012, 04:37 PM
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I removed a file while smarty copying. It crashed.

Super Duper halted with an error as I was smart copying one external hard drive to another. I know that what I did do was delete a file off the source. Is that because I did it at the precise moment it was copying that file? See below. the red part of the log:



| 04:27:26 PM | Info | Error copying /Volumes/G-RAID Mini 1.5 TB/EXPORTS/20 MIN MOVIE/OLDER/peru20min-AUDIO-only-CDROM.mov to /Volumes/LACIE 1TB 5400 Rugged/EXPORTS/20 MIN MOVIE/OLDER/peru20min-AUDIO-only-CDROM.mov of type 8 due to error 2
| 04:27:26 PM | Error | SDCopy: Error copying /Volumes/G-RAID Mini 1.5 TB/EXPORTS/20 MIN MOVIE/OLDER/peru20min-AUDIO-only-CDROM.mov to /Volumes/LACIE 1TB 5400 Rugged/EXPORTS/20 MIN MOVIE/OLDER/peru20min-AUDIO-only-CDROM.mov of type 8 due to error 2: No such file or directory
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