I have an issue with copying from my NAS device to the (IDE connected) HDD on my PC.The machine is built on a Asus M2N4-SLI motherboard (Nvidia chipset Nforce 4).This has an inbuilt Gigabit port.On my network is a Freecom FSG3 and a Maxtor Shared Storage II.If I try to copy lots of stuff from either to the IDE HDD on my machine it will crash with a driver BSOD. Works OK on the SATA ports.All drivers are up to date.Any ideas of a fix anyone?
wats the error on the BSOD wats the numbers and does it say something like driver_not_less_that_or_equal_toor summat like that
yep thats the one! When you catch it. I tend to leave it to it, come back and find its happened with not everything copied!
Have you tried Check Disc on the drive?
start>run>cmd>chkdsk C: /fthat will scan and fix anything
is it fat32 or ntfs?
Check disk shows no issues.Also this is an extended partition.BTW its XP with all patches.
NTFSProblems do not occur with any other disc access (EG large copies between discs or one partition to another).
you say the drives are on a network....are the drives connected to another ocmputer?
IS the Drive connected by USB? if so is it connected direct to a USB port on the Computer or through a usb hub?
That sounds like connected to ethernet port
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