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Old 12-21-2014, 02:22 PM
peychaud peychaud is offline
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input/output error options

Hi. I'm trying to copy a 500 GB volume of photos and videos to a backup drive, but I'm getting input/output errors. After reading a few threads, I figured out it was due to corrupted files (it's a wireless network drive so the corrupted files are ones that obviously didn't get fully copied).

My question is, is there any way to enable SuperDuper! to "override" the error and continue copying? Its going to take forever for me to keep fixing the errors on one-by-one basis. I'd prefer to be able to see a log after copying the drive with a list of all the files that were unable to be copied. Is that doable? If not, do you have any advice that might help me streamline my backup process?

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