I have a Samsung R580 laptop running just Linux Mate 14. I also have a 500 gb NTFS USB drive that I want to transfer some files from before I use gparted on it. Neither drive are SSD.
I plugged it in via USB and went about deleting and moving files over, doing one operation at a time. At first I was working with one or two files and it was fine but once I tried to delete or move large batches of files panels started freezing, disks stopped reading/writing, All in all it ultimately led to data corruptionin the USB drive that spent half a day recovering in my windows system.
So, what gives? I looked around the net and all of the posts and articles aren't any newer than 2006. I looked anyway and of course have the right version of everything.
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on Fri Apr 12, 2013 3:39 pm, edited 2 times in total.
Ancient Toshiba laptop: Zorin Lite OS, Samsung R80 laptop: Mint 14 Cinnamon, dell HTPC Win7/ Mint 14 dual boot, ancienct Compaq desktop: TBD, 5 old Acer laptop: Mint LDXE. Currently reading: Linux for Dummies.