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Trashing partial contents of lacie little disk

I have Macbook MacOS X.4. When I try to erase something from the hard disk (LACIE little disk) I get an error message error code -1407

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Try opening terminal and type in

sudo rm

put a space after the rm and drag the file you are trying to delete into the terminal window. Hit enter and put in your admin password when it asks

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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>> my computer could not repair the hard drive

It seems that the disk-drive is "dying", and the "table of contents" on the hard-drive has become corrupted, and automated attempts to "repair" the corruption have failed.

>> the hd is being offered with limited functionality, basically read-only.

Yes. Take this as a "hint" that the disk-drive is about to "die".

>> It recommends that I back-up the info elsewhere

Good advice. Take the advice.

>> and reformat.

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