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    PC File Transfer from Secondary Drive

    Okay, so I have a secondary hard drive that I know is going bad. It is very slow and very loud. Some files open up and others do not. I can copy some files, and others I cannot.

    I do not want to clone the drive, but I do want to get as much stuff off the drive as possible. The OS is not on this drive. I just need as many files off of there as possible. If I use Windows to move files manually, it does quite a few, but then errors out on certain files. Then, I manually have to go in and start the transfer from where it left off.

    Anyway.. is there any free software out there to let me copy my secondary drive's files so I don't have to make this such a manual process? I'm fine with it skipping the 'bad' files, I just want to get any files that are possible.

    Any suggestions would be welcome.. otherwise I'm looking at a long weekend of dragging and dropping and errors.



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    Re: PC File Transfer from Secondary Drive

    I'm trying out Roadkill's unstoppable copier and it seems to be doing what I wanted.



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