Currently Being ModeratedDec 30, 2011 6:57 AM (in response to T-Ray)
Are the associated applications working ok? If so, I'd leave them alone. Third party disk managers (even a venerable one like Disk Warrior) are notorious for finding and fixing non-existent problems.
Do you have the latest version of DW?
Currently Being ModeratedDec 30, 2011 7:16 AM (in response to CT)
Yes, downloaded DW this morning.
I've had some inconsistent problems that include self-restarts.
I had also noticed a sound coming from one of the drives (not the boot drive) that sounded like the drive was acting strangely. I dismounted the drive. To my untrained ear, it sounded as if the drive was swinging the read head arm every 10 seconds or so, even when the drive was not in use. All attempts to diagnose or repair the drive showed it acting normally but I know that it shouldn't be making a mechanical noise like that while at rest.
The plists showing on the error list from DW include things that seem system related, i.e., .com.cocoastuff.apple.plist, com.apple.systemdfine2.plist, com.apple.systemuinbws.plist, etc. Since they aren't seemingly associated with an application, I can't really say if they're a problem or a false positive from DW.
My natural inclination is to remove them, but their association with system-related items makes me hesitate.
Thanks for your response!
Currently Being ModeratedDec 30, 2011 7:21 AM (in response to T-Ray)
Some of this is third party software (cocoastuff), some is apple software, (iphotomosaic), etc. You can actually google the plist file names and see what other people have to say about it.