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I also tried removing the .dsstore in the folder. Apropos of my comment about wrecking my data by doing "mv" at the command level, I found this at the bottom of the man page I quoted above: As of Mac If there is an effect added at the location of the error, try and adjust or remove that effect. Reply junebeetle says: June 23, 2016 at 8:59 am Are the CD's scratched or damaged? Source

DetroitBORG 1,705,489 views 15:10 How to Fix a Corrupt Mac Harddrive in 10.8 - Duration: 3:03. At one point, all of these files were on Unity 5 volumes--even though they were not all OMF or MXF files. At least run Repair Disk from the Disk Utility app on it. Mac has native read support but not write support, as does Linux. Source

That was actually what I had done in the past to get around this and other similar input/output error messages before discovering this specific command approach. It's excruciatingly common in the tech support field to hear reports that start, "The last time this happened, I did ‘x' and that fixed it but it didn't work this time." I've just begun to look. Probably a glitch at the electrical level or a very low-level driver error.

I am sure you can download and install it for mac it if isn't installed by default. MC 8.6.1, Mojo DX, 12-Core MacPro, 64 GB RAM, 24 TB Thunderbolt Storage [view my complete system specs] Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth. Testing with other problematic folders produced the same result. Any thoughts?

Project Manager, Avid Professional Services - Americas [view my complete system specs] In agreement, Unity. I have deleted them from within lightroom and copied back back ups so we will see if this solves the problem. Reply nabu says: September 23, 2015 at 4:45 pm help please my external disk doesn't copy any file , i try to fix it by terminal dot_clean but i got this Windows ‘for' loops suck.

That drive is completely done — won't even mount. Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... Debunking Geekery Humor illusion IYA JREF Miscellaneous NASA Pareidolia Piece of mind Politics Pretty pictures Q & BA Rant Religion Science SciFi Skepticism Space Time Sink Top Post TV/Movies Uncategorized Video MC 8.6.1, Mojo DX, 12-Core MacPro, 64 GB RAM, 24 TB Thunderbolt Storage [view my complete system specs] Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.

Or perhaps I just haven't found the way to do it yet.

check what's mounted (requires root to do) . . . $ sudo fsck_hfs -nf /dev/disk0s2 # . . . If only people had listened to me then and dragged and dropped Steve Jobs into a hole somewhere. Sign in 62 Loading...

Field Notes ADVERTISEMENT See More Recent Categories Archives Thank you Revealed: My tattoo A refreshing Shasta Nerd deGrasse Tyson Astronomy podcast for kids Repost: Carl Sagan Day Moon bounce Uwingu wants this contact form I got my first copy/ Then I messed up after some big changes to the library and decided to start again with a new copy - the error 36 started again. It was fine and dandy after digging that driver out by the roots. Motion Inc Fri, Jun 27 2008 2:06 PM In reply to Todd Sanderson Joined on Thu, Oct 13 2005 Connecticut Posts 3,208 Points 40,540 Re: Strange Unity Mac (Error Code -36)

Or there may be some issue with the Finder caching data it shouldn't, and the cache got flushed when you did your ‘mv' command. Unfortunately, I don't know UNIX so I would not be able to delete them using a UNIX commands. Reply Prescott Perez-Fox says: February 21, 2015 at 3:45 pm I spoke too soon. have a peek here I want to copy my picturefiles (.NEF, .dng and .jpg-files) to my new macbook. (about 26.000 files).

Besides, any idiot can drag-and-drop, but if you use the command line, you look like a real geek. g7: Open Finder, go to Programs, then Tools, and you may see Terminal down there (I don't know if it is actually named Tools, but must be something like that, my It's so sad.

March 30, 2008 at 3:36 pm Jamas Enright Reminds me of a problem I've often had in Windows by which Explorer won't let me delete movie files.

  • Fortunately command.com & del did the trick. (I think things got partially screwed by due to a program I loaded that preemptively tried to lock any and all avi files and
  • Could you tell me what may be causing this and what I can do to avoid it?
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  • Not all folders have the error on the same ‘CD.
  • April 2, 2008 at 12:51 pm Fred I have started noticing this problem too I have one Western Digital My Book Pro and 3 of the Western Digital My Book2 Studio
  • It gives me the error code -36 over and over.
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  • Same of I just dragged and dropped manually.
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Switched back to AFP and worked like a charm. So which are those that you can delete safely, and which are those you cannot? Reply Anton Marcelline says: February 23, 2015 at 6:27 am Thanks for sharing this Terminal command. I connected the drive in question with a shorter cable and it appears to have copied everything.

However, it still didn't work when I tried to move a file to a different partition (same hard disk) so I tried the technique again on the 2nd partition. CATEGORIZED UNDER: Cool stuff ADVERTISEMENT Comments (84) Links to this Post ????? ??????? ?????????? ????????????? ? "?????" | April 2, 2008 PowerBook - Get error code 36 when backing up using Pretty lame, but apparently Apple is aware of this dot file problem and should fix it in 10.6.3 (according to discussions in Apple forums). Check This Out thanks Bernhard.

As a result now I have two directories with exactly the same files inside. The issue would appear to be my Mac having difficulty reading the Imation CDs. I can not successfully copy the information from the original DVD to my computer without getting the aforementioned error message. It is often included in Linux distros, but you probably have to download it yourself for Mac.

At least an "unknown error" would have been more appropriate, alas just as "helpful". :-[ March 30, 2008 at 2:52 pm Glenn Be careful if you're using standard Unix commands on NTFS-3G provides reliable write support, although it apparently does not support permissions very well. March 30, 2008 at 2:50 pm angrynight The next computer I'm buying to replace the clunker I have now is going to be a Mac. It stops at 1.56G of 3.4 always.

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