I've got a thumb drive that I think is kind of messed up. In the middle of transferring files over from the usb thumb-drive to the hard drive, it hangs. I'll click the "stop copying" button but it doesn't really do anything. I can't eject the drive cause it's in use, and if I try to do a force quit finder relaunch, then the finder locks up and I'll have to do a hard shutdown (holding down the power button). Is there a magic unix command or something I can type into the terminal that will kill the copy from the usb drive to the hard drive task? Or even better, is there a task in the activity monitor that I can kill that will do the same thing (the terminal makes me kind of nervous...) without screwing anything up? Thanks in advance for any help you can give. I'm going to chuck this drive, but I'd like to make sure I have all the data I need first.