Question about LaCie Ethernet Disk (300788) 1000 GB Network Hard Drive
I had problem when I tried to copy files to the drive. I got ‘Error Copying File or Folder’ message saying ‘Cannot copy 100_1287 the request could not be performed because of an I/O device error’, then I could not access the drive and got another error message ‘… is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact admin of this server to find out if you have access permissions. The request could not be performed because of I/O device error.’
I don’t know if this is something to do with the size, it seems like small files can be done easily.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should be able to change the permissions, if you Right click on the drive and go to properties and click on the sharing tab and click permissions. apologies if you have already tried this.
Posted on Feb 01, 2007
SOURCE: Lacie Ethernet disk mini 500 Gb
I had exactly the same problem, no access to the windows media server - the no space message - and all my users missing from the user tab.
Following up from gogogo123's comment, we simply cleared the log and it was fine. I can only assume that there is an internal file size limit on the log file, and if it can't write your actions to the log then it doesn't do them!
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
SOURCE: external hard drive
500Gb Lacie D2 Quadra with the same problem of flashing led and not
mounting on the desktop (Mac G4 Mirror), traced to the power supply
(57w) going down on power, both 12v and 5v supplies are available but
the main power to run the drive drops to below an adequate output,
hence the clicking and whirring evident from the drive with
simultaneous flashing led.
Testing with another Lacie power supply (250Gb D2) this time a 34w unit got the drive up and running, however, and this is the reason for this post, this lower power PSU failed a week later whilst waiting for a warranty replacement from Lacie (5 weeks and still waiting for the new PSU from them. they have no stock)
Message for all Lacie D2 users, check the power supplies first, test with another Lacie PSU, do not run the drive on a lower rating (34w) PSU it will fry it and leave you with another failed power supply.
If you are in a tight spot use the temporary power supply to move your data to another drive and get the correct 57w power supply before running the drive again.
Don't do as I did assume any Lacie power supply will run any Lacie hard drive, they won't, fortunately I had a second back up, but am 2 drives down and no new PSU's available to buy anywhere.
Try and purchase another spare 57w power supply, something all D2 users should do for long term security, as these do not seem to be very reliable and getting warranty support from Lacie on these is currently impossible.
The lack of 57w power supplies from Lacie and its distributors across the world is surely a warning to be noted!!!!!!
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
Simplest solution: back up the data on the drive and repartition it (which will wipe it). Otherwise it sounds like it could be a problem with the file tree or structure of the drive, the configuration files could be corrupt, some program could have stored temporary files in a hidden place that cannot be deleted without making the program delete them, etc. If you are on a mac, spotlight Disk Utility and use it to repartition. If you are on a PC use the search thing from the start menu and find a program called disk management (or something similar to that, you'll know it when you see it.) external drives are annoying. i kick mine into the wall periodically for good measure.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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