LR5 import issue

I can't seem to import all my raw images from D800 in a single shot. It imports a few and displays a box saying some of the images were not imported (gives me a range). Re-importing fetches a few more before the msg is displayed again. I have to repeat this several times (7-10) before all images (250) are imported. Any help would be much appreciated.

It would be nice to know a little information about your Computer System.  Information like what OS, how much ram, free disk space, processor speed, etc..  It might provide some insight into what the problem is.

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