Newer Post Older Post Home Search This Blog Loading... Or, you may have some weirdness in the file headers for those files, which might not be fixable, except for downloading new copies, then replacing your corrupted files one by one. Google releases a new flight-price tracker, and Razer purchases George Lucas' THX audio-certification company.by Jeff BakalarCloseDrag © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. If you use a file library system, you will probably need to adjust for the file name changes - if that does help.
Retrofire, Apr 3, 2011 Mr. It does this quite often now and I have no idea why as I keep my computer very clean. If a Time Machine backup doesn't work, copy from your home directory whatever you can.Click to expand... Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
And I tried it a couple of times and it starts to stop at the same file. (Not that that's the only file it does it for). I get a 'No such file or directory" message. In humid or corrosive environments some copper/whatever contacts develop high resistances. Maybe you have a few files that were corrupted in some way as a result, and you are only now finding out where some problems did occur?
Or, if you think there is some issue with special characters in the file name, you could test a couple of those files by simplifying the name to all standard characters. The special character thing just seems like a bit of a co-incidence - I doubt that these are the only files where I have used specials but I haven't checked to Error -36! **UPDATE: Shocking news!** Discussion in 'macOS' started by iMJustAGuy, Apr 1, 2011. Confused, but no longer worried. #5 dave261266, Sep 28, 2015 DeltaMac uix_expand uix_collapse Tech Joined: Jun 20, 2001 Messages: 8,385 Likes Received: 71 I hear you...
Once this is done, press enter and the file should be copied. Let us know a. so far it's only having troubles with files in the itunes folder.. read this post here My mouse can move but nothing is clickable and there are no hover effects.
So no single disk issues should cause a disk corruption. Thanks. Can you try running your setfile on those few files, one at a time? so my theory is that there is an issue with a section of the drive where files cant be read or writtenI am going through the tedious work of backing up
The specific offending routine was FSWriteFork but we couldn't figure out why.We eventually turned to DTS, Apple's third party developer support team - you can buy a tech support "incident" from http://www.howtofixmacerrors.com/get-rid-of-36-ioerr-i-o-bummers-error/ Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Putting the technical meaning into familiar language conveys meaning that a file your Mac just tried to read has been damaged in some way or missing from its designated location, or This could be a problem.Click to expand...
More often than not, it is the error message which indicates that your Mac is under attack, or something has gone wrong with the same. And btw, use the PNG-format for such screenshots! One thing that has happened is that the filesystem would have been unmounted and then remounted when I got home - maybe it was just a mount anomaly ? If so we'll know it's corruption I guess.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply iMJustAGuy, Apr 4, 2011 iMJustAGuy thread starter macrumors 68020 Joined: Sep 10, 2007 Location: Beach, FL #10 gnasher729 You'll have to get the logic board replaced if that is the case. You may be right about the unmount, then remount. I need exact, detailed steps showing me how I can re-create the bug on my machine, so give as much info and detail as possible.
Isn't that equivilant of repairing? Usually there is a small explanation stating a certain file cannot be read or written.Essentially this amounts to the system having lost some sort of connection with the source of the Anonymous form close (x) Front Page Mac Blog iOS Blog Roundups AirPort Apple Car Apple Deals Apple Pay Apple Stores Apple TV Apple VR Project
macosx.com Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Media Media Quick Links Search Media New Media Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts Mac system speeds gets affected due to this reason.The symptoms of Mac error code -36 is:Severe Virus infectionFaulty registry entriesShutting down system abnormallyFile system corruptionOperating system malfunctioningDue to any of the Can you try running your setfile on those few files, one at a time? If it isn't too late.
This error message is perhaps one of the most generic in OS X, and in Apple's errors directory it writes that this means "I/O error (bummers)". Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. It will copy 10 or so MP3's and then bring the error up for the same file type. I may be talking out of my ***, but still might be one to throw at Drobo support to see if they have any other enlightenment - particularly if the error
Could be hardware. Follow @davemurdock My Apps iTImeZone for iPhone & iPod touchAvailable on the App Store SleepMute for Mac OS XAvailable on the Mac App Store by Tangerine Element Older Posts ► 2016 If it was the hardware messing up, would it be the same files that it messes up on? hardware tests show no troubles and all the utilities I tried show nothing out of the ordinary...
I really need this to work and cannot figure out a solution. I'm not sure I've tried doing the SetFile locally to the file - it's always been over a remote mount. Additionally, if you have the option to supply the drive with external power then do that. All opinions here are mine.
could be a glitchy router?anyway, glad it's all working now.