I have a small, "pocket drive" (Western digital) that actually fits in ones pocket. It comes with approximately 250 G all together, but with formatting it's more like 230gb. Well, it the disk properties tell me it has 180 occupied, and 51.8 gb in free space remaining. I just tried to copy over a file that was about 8 gigabytes. It told me that there was not enough room! It accepted a much smaller file fine, but 7.67 gb's is just tooooo much for a hard drive with 50gb FREE to accept! Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! I have never encountered this before where a hard drive has so much free space and yet tells me it can't give up about 15% of that! Anyone have ANY suggestions, other than run some type of disk diagnostic on it? Is it an Enron hard drive who reports more free disk space than it actually has? Oh, wait! The file in question was a disk image. The RAR segments that made it up are actually transferring, whereas the disk image itself would apparently not, though the space is the same size. I just had this idea to transfer the Rar's instead, and it worked. Okay? That's also a little puzzling... Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! What gives?