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Discrepency in number of files transferred in Teracopy

Over the past few days, I've been using Teracopy to transfer over a large number of files and folders from a small flash-drive (well, 32gb) , to an external hard-drive (4tb). However, I noticed that ...
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Teracopy: “File read” vs “OK” status

When copying with Teracopy, the Status column sometimes reads "File read" and sometimes "OK", along with a green check mark. The files marked "File read" seems to have been copied fine (I tested a ...
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What does the grey progression bar represent in TeraCopy?

I use TeraCopy with Windows 7. What does the grey progression bar represent in TeraCopy when copying files?
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TeraCopy not being used as default copy handler

I have TeraCopy installed on all my computers and it is set to be the default copy handler. However, since my last OS reinstall, it does not seem to want to act as the default. Seems about 80-90% of ...
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How much faster is copying files though TeraCopy vs. Windows 7 native copy function? [closed]

Teracopy's official page says "TeraCopy uses dynamically adjusted buffers to reduce the seek times.". Wikipedia points to some tests: In a test conducted in 2008 by lifehacker, Fastcopy was ...
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Over gigabit connection, Teracopy does 31MB/s, but Windows 8 does it at ~109MB per second?

I got my brain-melting first taste of Gigabit networking today, between my 2011 MacMini and Windows 8 Pro desktop connected via Cat.5e to Linksys WRT320N(sporting dd-WRT). After making sure that the ...
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How do dynamic buffers reduce seek times?

From Wikipedia: TeraCopy uses dynamically adjusted buffers to reduce seek times. I have no clue what that might mean. Which buffer is being dynamically adjusted? How does that reduce the seek ...
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Copying many files without stopping on errors on OSX

I need to copy several Gb from an external HD to my moan hd and some files will cause errors. If I do this with the finder, it will stop on the first error. Is there a way to copy everything no ...
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Force Applications to use Teracopy

I use Teracopy everywhere I really like it and have found it to be stabler/faster/better than vanilla copy. However when using certain applications, namely 7zip for one, (I am certain there are ...
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TeraCopy error message: “Operation did not complete … file contains a virus”, yet my antivirus did not prompt me about any detected viruses

When I was moving a certain file, TeraCopy outputted this error message: "Target: Operation did not complete because the file contains a virus." Screenshot: My antivirus (avast!) did not alert me ...
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TeraCopy does not start copying automatically

Whenever I copy or move files using TeraCopy I have to hit the start now button. Is there a way to start it automatically?
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Alternative to TeraCopy that preserves directory timestamps?

Using TeraCopy, the file timestamps are preserved. However, if you copy a large nested directory, the modification date of some (but not all) of the directories are lost (replaced by the current ...
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teracopy and archive bit?

I like how when I do a copy and paste in windows, teracopy intercedes. can I get it to do what /M of xcopy does and /A ? turning off the archive bit at source end.. after a copy. and only ...
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How to make Teracopy close its window after transferring a file?

For some reason after I transfer a file with TeraCopy it won't automatically close the window when the file was succesfully transferred. Does anyone know how to change this, since I can't seem to ...