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Windows -Delayed write failed. Windows was unable to save all the data for the file D:\$MFT

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You've got a "hardware" problem with the disk-drive. Windows cannot write an updated 'MFT' ("Master File Table") to reflect files that you have added/deleted/updated on the Maxtor.

Copy all the files from the Maxtor, e.g., onto another external drive, or "burning" to DVD disks, and then replace the Maxtor disk-drive.

Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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    Carinj Nov 19, 2013

    It appears my "hardware" problem is keeping me from transferring/copying files to another location. Any other suggests on how i can recover/preserve my data?

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