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149 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Sep 6, 2006 4:24 AM by dsvphd
The particular file in question may be corrupted. It's unclear from your post if the error code 36 (I presume -36) was on the Mac side or the Palm side.
Given what you described, this is sort of a "legacy" error message. See "Mac OS System Error Codes: 0 to -261." As you'll note therein, an error code -36 is "I/O error (bummers)."
1. Does the file in question open correctly on your Mac?
2. If applicable, does the file in question open correctly on your Palm?
3. As a general checkup, I suggest you run the Procedure outlined in my "Resolving Disk, Permission, and Cache Corruption" FAQ. Perform the steps therein in the order specified.
4. It's unclear from your post if you're using iSync, Palm Desktop for Mac, or both. You may want to consult the Palm Support site for additional assistance if the information above does not help.
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I will follow your suggestions. THis happened to me once before and the "fix" seemed simple, to my incomplete memory. I was hoping to find that again. But I will look into all that you outlined.
(The problem came from MAC not Palm side.)
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