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My wd 320gig gets an i/o error after drop and draging any files, that is to big like 50mb an up,but it comes on normally when plug in my computer, I could acess infomation but can not put in infomation that is to huge. PLEASE HELP!!! my life is on it thank you.

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Hi jumbeezt,
Have you tried right clicking on the file and using the "Send To" function? If that is not an option, try right clicking and Copy the file, goto the HDD and right clicking in the folder you want the file to be in and then Paste. If this does not solve your problem, post a comment in this thread and tell me exactly what the error message is.

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