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916 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Sep 16, 2009 7:51 AM by Lofty Becker
Currently Being ModeratedMar 4, 2009 7:38 AM (in response to Lofty Becker)If you suspect the share why not make the effort to work without it. Log on long enough to copy the file to your computer then dismount it. Work with the file and then copy it back to the share when you are finished. Inconvenient perhaps but if the BBOD doesn't appear you'll know what the problem is and therefore what to attack in your attempts to solve it.MacBook • 20 + 24 iMac • MBP, Mac OS X (10.5.6), WinXP • Linux • iPhone • Touch
Currently Being ModeratedMar 4, 2009 7:38 AM (in response to Lofty Becker)My experience is that the only way to home in on RAM problems is to remove it a bit at a time. I experienced several crashes and did very exhaustive RAM checks which found nothing.
Try Applejack in auto mode after backing up all critical items.Xserve and two 733 MHz G4s with Leopard !, Mac OS X (10.5.6)