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Hard drive backup

.i am trying to backup my 30 gig dell laptop to my new 250 gigabank hard drive and when it gets to 4 gigs it says something about media and has to stop backup only 15% complete

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Dear aspec,
First u try to perform scandisk the lap hdd. you also confirm wheather the bios is fully supproting the 250gb drive.



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Posted on Dec 13, 2007

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