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    Oh my goodness, I needed that laugh --- most definitely, if it is 100TB then 24 hours could be what happens. My goodness --- my first computer was a TRS80 (the Trash80, we called it) and I doubt anyone at that time even dreamed of a 100TB unit. But, yes, with 100TB it could take a very long time, especially if there is a problem with the disk. Still, I never thought of 100TB and so ... well, you have the experience here; I don't. I can't even imagine 100TB. I think at 100TB that unit would be running me, not the other way around.
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    We welcome everyone to reply to questions That's how I and other persons have started to be frequent users of the forum. I agree that 24 hours usually is too long, but if e.g. an antivirus program scans 100 TB of files, it will take very long time or if the hard disk is bad and Windows has to read the data many times before it's correct and can be transferred to the antivirus program.