I've been trying to copy a large folder containing hundreds of music files to my external hard drive, which is actually a regular SATA hard-drive inside an enclosure, attached to my laptop via USB.
I've attempted this several times, but whenever I do, somewhere along the line I'll get a blue screen of death and the system will dump memory contents to the hard drive before doing a complete restart.
The enclosure is brand-new, so I assume it wouldn't be the problem.
So that leaves the hard drive, but the hard drive itself is relatively new as well (well, 1 year old, but hasn't been used much.)
So does this mean the hard drive is completely cactus?