I just ran into this problem with Finder and a large HD video file (14GB) and luckily had Path Finder (from CocoaTech) handy. I can transfer any other folders or file types... There are two ways to get around this problem. He can even transfer other .mov files.
With other files i can copy normaly, only with 2 files (one of 6.27GB and other with 6.3GB). Have you restarted your Mac? Ex: I've got a 38 GB .iMovieProject file that I can transfer to my external hard drive with no problems, but if I try to move a .dmg file that's larger how can i find out if my HD is FAT32? http://osxdaily.com/2010/05/07/copy-error-code-0/
Here's how you do it: Temporarily back up any existing files on the drive to another location. It'll work just fine after that. This will reformat your USB stick and allow for larger files to be transferred.
Only my piece of crap mac gives me issues. If you are not using it to share Windows data with Windows machine Mac OS Extended would be a better choice. Apple Hardware Apple Desktops Apple Notebooks Apple TV Other Hardware and Peripherals Developer Playground iOS Development OS X - Development and Darwin « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information Error Code 0 Windows This app takes a file and splits it up into small chunks of your choosing.
You would think they should tell you this on the packaging instead of wasting money. Error Code 0 Psexec If you have a backup drive just do yourself a favor and keep it journaled, why bother with something Mac OS doesn't even support? I think the cut off is around 4GB. Vikas August 6th, 2013, 7:45 PM I got the same problem a few months before.
It's come in handy on numerous occasions. Error Code 0 Facebook Free Space When I select the free space option it tells me it cant unmount the disk. This was the most seamless solution I've found although I still had problems getting my copy of AllwaySync (www.allwaysync.com) to transfer my data from the PC because of some slight differences Contact Fancy a chat, you can contact me easily.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/error-code-0.399322/ Is there any work around for this. The Operation Cannot Be Completed Because An Unexpected Error Occurred Error Code -50 Posted by Shahaab Lodhi at 12:30 AM Labels: Error Code 0, Error Code 0 in Mac, Mac Error Code 0 No comments: Post a Comment Note: Only a member of this Error Code 0 Http Sometime the error occur because the permission settings do not allow the transfer of the file.
How to format a drive for Mac and PC compatibility Solution to Finder "Error code -36" in 10.6 when copying folders Reformat your USB flash drive to access its full storage Users often receive this error while copying large files to external drive such as a USB Flash Drive or an External Hard Drive. Thanks! After large files are split into several parts in a zip file, copy them without error code 0 in Mac. Error Code 0 Android
Shrug. Error Code 0 Iphone btw how do you deal with the self extracting .exe files for the samsung tv firmware updates with a mac? Here you will be asked what format you'd like to use, along with whatever name you choose.
tnx leor! Reply Jacob says: October 23, 2011 at 11:27 am I'm currently sailing, I have a Macbook and an external HD and most of my colleagues have external HD's, that are formatted share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Grunj, Sep 15, 2009 Grunj macrumors newbie Joined: Sep 15, 2009 Location: Los Angeles #20 prosta112 said: ↑ Unexpected Error Code 0 I'd had enough trouble with Apple's Finder over the years that I'd purchased Path Finder some time back.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply alphaod, Aug 28, 2008 alphaod macrumors Core Joined: Feb 9, 2008 Location: San Jose (CA) #2 It's a hard drive plugged it, erase the device, rename it, but instead of formatting it as "FAT" do the first option (I think it's MAC OSX (Journaled)? I'm still unable to copy files larger then 4gb AND have my TV or the PS3 recognize the USB stick without having to split the files. Reply With Quote 10-24-2009,11:27 AM #4 vansmith View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Oct 19, 2008 Location Toronto Posts 19,782 Specs:2012 13" MBP (2.5 i5, 8GB) Like AlyciaAnimation asked, what
Specify a name for your drive and then click Erase button.6. Sep 2, 2009 6:29 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. If it is a large single file get a copy of split and concat which will cut the file into however many pieces you require! The best way then, is to split up the file into smaller chunks.
How can I get around this? share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply johnny b goode, Jan 21, 2012 johnny b goode macrumors newbie Joined: Jan 21, 2012 #21 @averageTy: "All OS X can use it like any disk image, but it is actually stored as lots of smaller chunks - the performance is, as one might expect, not great, but it All rights reserved.
Fully functional for the 30-day demo period too. Really worked well! Just followed your directions and it worked perfectly! There are also some cases where the error has shown up in between of transfer due to which the file got corrupted and is of no use.
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This can be Read by the mac, but you cannot write to the drive unless you install third party programs like "NTFS for mac". Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by LeorD, Aug 28, 2008. Vishal February 4th, 2016, 10:48 AM Thank you so much for this great piece of advice, it worked perfectly and now I can copy movies of any size onto my hard