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Formatting drives can be done in Disk Utility in Applications > Utilities. Just followed your directions and it worked perfectly! Model number? HELP please share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply baz1860, Dec 21, 2010 baz1860 macrumors newbie Joined: Jan 30, 2006 Location: Scotland #13 Split
If you are moving a lot of files it doesn't even tell you which file caused the problem. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply yadmonkey, Feb 11, 2011 yadmonkey macrumors 65816 Joined: Aug 13, 2002 Location: Western Spiral #16 Is the problem If the format of the USB drive is FAT32, then it will not be able to deal with files over 4GB.
If you only use the drive on Macs, this is the perfect solution. You get a similar error to this if that is the case. This was the most seamless solution I've found although I still had problems getting my copy of AllwaySync (www.allwaysync.com) to transfer my data from the PC because of some slight differences Error 0 Mac Seems silly that this can't be done or at the very least is difficult to do.
The software is easy to operate and provide effective results in quick time. Error Code 0 Facebook I just spent money on one of these drives for the sole purpose of moving a big file from my iMac at home to a Windows computer at work. Need some guidance? https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1738946?tstart=0 Worked perfect, phew!
The only problem is that it isn't compatible with windows xp or earlier. Error Code 0 Windows Home/Forum New Posts Unanswered Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Articles Product Reviews Advertise Contact Us Deals Advanced Search Forum Mac OS X Software OS X - Operating Enter your email address below: Related articles: Fix for "Close Firefox: A copy of Firefox is already open." errorHow to Quickly Fix Error Code -36 in Finder of Mac OS XFix Can someone please help?
Reply With Quote 12-02-2009,10:07 PM #6 chscag View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Jan 23, 2008 Location Keller, Texas Posts 49,539 Specs:Late 2013 27" iMac, iPad 3, iPhone 6s+, iPhone news Your advice here worked perfectly. I located the files above 4G and copied everything else... In the case the error shows up with multiple files and different devices then there are chances that the Mac OS X has been corrupted and you have to reinstall the Error Code 0 Iphone
Anonymous form close (x) Front Page Mac Blog iOS Blog Roundups AirPort Apple Car Apple Deals Apple Pay Apple Stores Apple TV Apple VR Project Reply With Quote 07-22-2010,08:34 PM #7 Dan674 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Jul 22, 2010 Location Perth, Western Australia Posts 5 Specs:MacBook Pro 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 4 Most drives come formatted as FAT32, and do not support files larger than 4GB. have a peek at these guys that it wasn't as ridiculous as it first seemed.
saved me :) Rufus September 16th, 2012, 5:06 PM "Before cursing your Mac, it’s important to note this is an issue with FAT32 that Linux and Windows users experience as well." Unexpected Error Code 50 Mac No, create an account now. So yes Billy Balmer McGates, why bother with making other peoples HD's work with your system, when you want to be able to share files, such as pictures from the sail,
Cheers share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply cpguru21, Apr 13, 2011 cpguru21 macrumors newbie Joined: Jan 12, 2010 #13 DooGesWiZrdOfOz said: ↑ Thanks Well here you will find solution of all the discussed problem and you will also be able to recover the lost file. Reply With Quote 03-12-2012,11:32 PM #15 Black_Techie View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Mar 12, 2012 Posts 1 Originally Posted by wadzee Using Mac, use the finder to search DISK Error Code 8076 Mac Otherwise, if it's already Mac Extended, try the Disk Utility routine... 1.
Choose the Erase tab and select Mac OS Extended (Journaled) from the Volume Format drop-down menu. I dbl-clicked it to mount it and I tried copying the contents to my USB drive (4.8GB) and it worked. It worked for me. http://ebprovider.com/error-code/cannot-copy-error-code-0-osx.php The problem with FAT32 format is that they can not hold file sizes larger than 4GB, so if you are trying to copy a file that is larger than 4GB to
Contact Fancy a chat, you can contact me easily. Fat32 drives seem to be a necessary evil for people with media players (I use the Asus HDP-R1 Media player with USB or eSata drives with movies/music i download--plays them right share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply theSeb, Jul 24, 2012 theSeb macrumors 604 Joined: Aug 10, 2010 Location: Poole, England #17 gr8gazoo173 said: ↑ share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply gillpar, May 23, 2010 gillpar macrumors newbie Joined: May 7, 2009 #10 Thanks for the good answers Thanks
Privacy / DMCA contact / Affiliate and FTC Disclosure Fixed | Fluid | Fluid HD MacTricksAndTips.com FAQ About Archive Categories Contact Advertise The Best Tips And Trick For Your Mac 20 This is another problem on the pile of problems and now you have to think about recovering the file. Its due to the FAT32 partitioning system I was copying to. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply yadmonkey, Jan 23, 2009 yadmonkey macrumors 65816 Joined: Aug 13, 2002 Location: Western Spiral #5 I haven't tried
Reply fjslf says: November 23, 2010 at 8:21 pm sf I’ve had trouble working with portable drives between my Mac and PC’s and if you’re in the situation where all you gillpar said: ↑ Thanks dexplore97, the mount then copy solution worked a charm for me. This issue has plagued me for weeks, but I have my life back and can return into the sunlight with squinted eyes.