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Are you getting any warnings from Finder as the copy his starting? Something akin to "There is already a file/folder by that name. It almost sounds as though both windows are open to the exact same folder. Second question is when you copy are you using the "Duplicate" command?

Clarification Lets say the music folder on the hard drive has a path Bob/Music and that folder on the hard drive has the path Flash/Music. Since the title of both Windows is Music it would be relatively to accidentally have two copies of the same folder open and in effect be copying a second copy of the folder in the same place as the first. You usually try a warning about this though.

Sylvester Roque Former Contributing Editor About This Particular Macintosh

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