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When pushing files between my macs I get error messages and a file zero k in size

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When trying to push a copy of a file from one mac to another I get a dialog window to re enter my password after I've already connected to the drive. Then it pops up the dilog box telling me that there's already a file with that name and do I want to stop, replace or keep both. If I stop there will be a zero kb file with the original files name. If I replace and error dialog come up saying there's arleady a file with that name, once again there's a zero kb file on the drive with the origianl files name. If I choose keep both I get THOUSANDS of zero kb file with the original files name_1....2...3. Until I force quit finder. I didnt have this issue with my older machines. Any help with this issue would be very appreciated!

MacBook Pro (17-inch Late 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4), other mac PowerMac g4 mirrored driv


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