thanks Bernhard. I'm trying to move it to an external… Reply Bjorn says: July 29, 2016 at 5:01 am Having the same problem… I want to move a 50Gb Final Cut Pro library Learn how to use it. I use a usb20 external drive on OS X, with one NFS+ partition and a NTFS partition called "Cross". check over here
Info:iPad 2, iOS 5 View 1 Replies View Related MacBook Air :: How To Copy Large Files To External Hard Drive Jun 4, 2014 How do I copy files fromone external I set this to "GUID Partition Table" and reformatted (one 2TB partition). I can no longer write to my NTFS formatted external drive. Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited.
I should also add that the same hard disk works flawlessly with ntfs-3g under linux.ThanksFederico February 17, 2008 at 1:05 PM Anonymous said... You could try mounting the volume from terminal with the option of noasync to see if this is the issue or not. Thanks so much! And, I will publish more details if others are interested.
I'll wait for erik's word! And now i'm at the point where I can't transfer ANY files to my external HD anymore! (T_T). In Onyx navigate to Maintenance > Rebuilding, second paragraph down "Appearance of folders' content" is the option you need to tick. How To Fix Error Code 50 Mac i tried terminal and this is what i get Macintosh:~ Murda$ prompt%> mv/Users/Murda/Desktop/Logic 8 Serial.rtf/Volumes/Mac Drive/Programs -bash: mv/Users/Murda/Desktop/Logic 8 Serial.rtf/Volumes/Mac Drive/Programs: Not a directory what am i doing wrong?
Btw, the NAS is configured as SMB. "error Code -36" Osx Rather than copy 10 or twenty at a time I started to copy one by one. After the force eject unplugging the usb cord from my macbook pro (running lion 10.7.2) and plugging it back in restored the drive's normal operation. It is very difficult and you must hack everything to get it to work right.
Also for others with this problem: it didn't work when I tried to mv the file, I had to cp it first. Apple Error Code 50 Iphone Nov 12, 2008 I did do a search on this problem, but i started a new thread b/c I think i may be having a slightly different issue...please hear me out..I check what's mounted (requires root to do) . . . $ sudo fsck_hfs -nf /dev/disk0s2 # . . . Doesn't work on my ppc 10.4.11 powerbook :-(I always get the log message: $LogFile indicates unclean shutdown (0, 0)Failed to mount '/dev/rdisk1s1': Operation not supportedMount is denied because NTFS is marked
It's weird, but it worked. I don't know which solved the problem, but it's fixed now. Mac Error Code 50 External Hard Drive Unix and Bad Astronomy saved the day! Error Code 50 Apple Yes!
My reproduction scenario: Without the energy saver setting enabled after 5 minutes of inactivity my LaCie P'9231 external USB 2.0 2TB drive would spin down. check my blog For users not comfortable with the command line interface you can use the free utility Onyx (www.titanium.free.fr) which has a feature to remove .DS_Store files. If you click and drag that to a new location (or delete it or something along those lines) before it has time to read that information (which can take a long Thank you, Tony Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Error Code 8076 Mac
I had similar problem with a new Buffalo NAS. I'm not at home in front of the Mac, but I'm wondering if the problem isn't related to the power settings. April 8, 2008 at 5:48 am Fred i should say that I was using a powerbookg4 laptop and the lacie was connected via firewire800 to the laptop and the WD drive this content thanks!
Unlike some of the error weird error messages in OS X, a reboot or Finder restart didn't do the trick. Mac Error Code 50 Deleting File If I try to copy any file over using the Finder or empty the trash with files from that drive, I get the -50 code and alert. Reply Zekester says: February 23, 2015 at 12:34 am There are a couple of things worth trying, in my experience (someone correct me if I'm off base, please). 1) If you
I've backed up the drive, updated the firmware, erased it, and am now restoring the data. They could put NTFS on it, but then Win95/98/Me couldn't use it. (And yes, I agree that keeping compatibility with such systems is also silly nowadays.) Can Macs use NTFS? Dre Dr. Error Code 50 When Copying Large Files Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by adriandbr, adriandbr Feb 27, 2013 7:30 AM in response to adriandbr Level 1 (0 points) Feb 27, 2013 7:30 AM in response
When I click on 'Get Info' for the hard drive, it says I have 31.4 GB of files in it but I can only see and access the 4 files that I also replaced the firewire cable. Helpful (1) Reply options Link to this post by pip13, pip13 Nov 28, 2012 3:26 AM in response to bomber136 Level 1 (4 points) Nov 28, 2012 3:26 AM in response have a peek at these guys Run so file system checks on the connected drive and try to repair it.Click to expand...
April 1, 2008 at 6:58 am TheBlackCat I love the fact OS X is certified UNIX. I wish there was an easier solution but I don't think there is. 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. Jul 13, 2009 I have a Buffalo 1TB external hard drive that contained some H.264 video clips shot on Canon 5D, .r3d red material and other video related stuff.
Any thoughts? anybody else got this problem?(sry for my bad english) May 2, 2008 at 3:31 AM Jeff said... A restart will fix the problem for a little while but then it's back after maybe 30 minutes or so that's obviously not a good long-term solution. I love the fact OS X is certified UNIX.
I'm a bit puzzled since it seems to work for everyone...