How do I transfer 300 gigs of information?? Please Help!!

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File transfers
unstoppable copier
Very Large Databases
western digital
I am using roadkil unstoppable copier and my transfer always stops halfway, am I doing it wrong or what!!! I'm transferring 13 300gig drives to a 4T hub. The hub is Western Digital 4T Sharespace and I have to connect to it via network, it doesn't work with usb to usb. I thought that unstoppable copier would make it so the transfer doesn't slowdown or stop, guess I was wrong please help!

Software/Hardware used:
Windows 2000 Pro, Roadkil's unstoppable copier v 4.4

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For what it’s worth, you may consider disabling any realtime virus protection during the copies.

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  • Michael Morisy
    Joeyjoejoe added that he's using XP Pro, not 2000.
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  • Gent01
    I've also had problems with large data transfers + usb in XP. Is there anyway you can transfer the data in chunks?
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  • Joeyjoejoe
    there's a batch mode, but i'm not sure how that works, does anyone know how this function works?
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  • Rick Martinez
    You can backup your database using striping and use robocopy to copy overe the files. robocopy is part of the windows tools. use striping like this: --striping backup sets backup database AdventureWorks to disk = 'c:codecampastripe1.bak', disk = 'c:codecampbstripe2.bak', disk = 'c:codecampcstripe3.bak'
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  • Rick Martinez
    check my blog out. http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/martinez-sql-server/sql-server-2005-striping-backup-sets/
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  • Michael Morisy
    Thanks for the examples, Rick!
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