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Fix an iDisk 'file busy' error
Authored by: james_sorenson on Jun 02, '04 11:57:46AM

Yes, but you have to know how. The iDisk in the sidebar does not have an "Eject" button next to it. So, you have to open the "Computer" folder (using CMD-SHIFT-C) to highlight the iDisk, then press CMD-E to eject it.

- Jim

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"I love deadlines. I love the whooshing sound they make as they fly by." - Douglas Adams



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Fix an iDisk 'file busy' error
Authored by: james_sorenson on Jun 02, '04 11:59:42AM

Oops! However, the Finder may not let you eject the iDisk if it thinks there are busy files. The "umount" hint may be required after all!
- Jim

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"I love deadlines. I love the whooshing sound they make as they fly by." - Douglas Adams



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Fix an iDisk 'file busy' error
Authored by: mm2270 on Jun 02, '04 10:18:43PM

JB, is that you? Hehe. I knew you frequented this site, but I've never seen a post by you.

Oh, it's "OM" BTW. Hiya!

Sorry for the "off-topic" post.



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