4 Replies Latest reply: Dec 29, 2008 12:40 PM by Blackshore
Blackshore Level 1 Level 1
Hi guys!
I have this really weird problem with my trash bin that started yesterday.

Last night when I was trying to empty my trash bin I couldn't.

It was weird so I restarted machine and thought of it as a bug.

What I did realize after restarting it was that it looked like this:

When I then emptied the trash bin it looked like this:

It lookes like that the files similar to 0000000000086a6d changes number each restart. and new fseventsd-uuid creates.

+I don't know if this has to do with any of the mentioned problem above but..+
Yesterday I copied about 2.5GB from a windows computer and the windows computers owner decided to shutdown the computer during this transfer so the transfer was aborted and I moved the damaged files manually.

I'm new to mac so I was looking in the time machine settings.
I pressed at "choose harddrive...." and then "set time capsule" no harddrive shown because I only have 1 main harddrive&partion in mac disc format. Air-port shows up and then searches for devices, but it does not find any devices ofcourse because I don't have any. So I realized that I needed a an extra harddrive/partition to make this work.

Extra Applications beyond the orginal associative installed:
Paragon NTFS
Norton 1.2
Toast Titanium 9
Office 2008
Maya 2009
Zbrush 3.12
Adobe CS4 master collection
Painter X

I had the same settings for over 1 month without any problem whats so ever.

Where is the root of this problem?? What did I do wrong?
I have virus scanned but Haven't found any virus.

When I searched for fseventsd here I figured out that this is something regarding time machine?

My English may suck, sorry about that.

Message was edited by: Blackshore

EFI-X-Hackintosh, 2.33ghz,6GBram,ATI HD2600XT, Mac OS X (10.5.6)
Solved by Bruce Etnyre on Dec 28, 2008 9:58 AM Solved
Sometimes when the trash cannot be emptied it is because it was created on the Windows side. If you have a Windows emulator like Bootcamp or Parallels, start in that and run the ChkDsk utility.Otherwise, you might find this thread helpful:http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=8304637&#8304637