You can copy a particular file at once but could not be able to copy the whole folder at a time. But I could tried to delete them with your help. Reply lafont says: November 7, 2015 at 2:49 am I had the same problem. I bleeped up a "backup" when I was shifting files on a machine that was set up to dual-boot between MacOS 9 and MacOS X when I did an ‘mv' on
So which are those that you can delete safely, and which are those you cannot? Be extremely careful, even if you are familiar with command line, because dd can cause unrecoverable damage to your data if you don't specify correctly input and output. Discover Blogs D-brief The Crux Body Horrors Citizen Science Salon Dead Things The Extremo Files ImaGeo Inkfish Lovesick Cyborg Neuroskeptic Out There Science Sushi Seriously, Science? This task is much more difficult than copying a data from one drive to another. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3552982?start=0&tstart=0
Related This entry was posted in Troubleshooting and tagged appledouble, dot-underscore, Error -36, filesystem, Hard Drive on May 25, 2015 by Topher Kessler. I've been transferring from Sony, TDK and Memorex without issue. All formatted for Mac OS X. And they look at me funny when I mention anything about UNIX.
Ramifications of removing encodeNameReplacement for dot (.) Interaction between a predictor and its quadratic form? The issue would appear to be my Mac having difficulty reading the Imation CDs. Other formatting errors After completing this, again if the errors occur then the problem is likely not with the management of dot-underscore files on your filesystem, and suggest a lower-level problem Dot_clean Error 36 Also those information were very old 2006 or so.
I'm at my whit's end!!! The Finder Can't Complete The Operation Because Some Data In Error Code 36 The OS also becomes largely irrelevent, there is always a way around the GUI. This may or may not be similar to a problem in Windows. Who'd have thought that Apple still has uncharted spots for error numbers.
Rinse, repeat for other mounted volumes. https://www.macissues.com/2015/05/25/what-to-do-about-error-36-and-other-io-errors-in-os-x/ Find the Infinity Words! Error Code 36 External Hard Drive Because WD drives had a bit of a hiccup trying to prevent ‘copyright infringement' : http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2007/12/western-digital.html In some configurations, you can't copy avis, mp3s etc. Dot Clean Error 36 Note, I only receive the error on Imation CD's.
I sporadically do the following: # . . . However, this may cause some problems with accessing the file as the system needs to manage two of them. I used DiskWarrior = no problem. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply tahoeroscoe, Mar 27, 2011 tahoeroscoe macrumors regular Joined: Apr 25, 2009 Location: California #5 I'm on 10.6.7 and Error Code 36 Sd Card
In case of your external drive it might probably be better of you switch of the automatic mapping of the directories there. Note disk0s2 is an example and depending on which disk and partition has bad sectors the disk number and slice number will be different then the example. Digging into the ‘Carbon' documentation tells me that ‘-36' is "ioErr" which is a generic I/O error. Using the Clean Copy Due to I/O errors, dd can take more time to create the clean copy than a normal copy would take.
Unix and Bad Astronomy saved the day! Error Code 36 El Capitan March 31, 2008 at 7:56 am Papayoung This may have to do with the Western Digital external drive itself; the newer ones contain a kind of DRM that interferes with normal Why do central European nations use the color black as their national colors?
Does anyone in here have a good suggestion as to what to try next? It is most likely a leopard update issue. Had tried several of the suggestions and none worked. Error 36 El Capitan If you have output such as this and aren't backed up then do it before doing anything else!
If you hear a new sound, it may be time to panic. Let us know a. Below that there are options to select a specific folder and options to remove .DS_Store file from only this folder or another option to remove from this folder and ALL sub-folders. I borrowed a friends mac and got the same issue however I was able to get a few extra photos before ether error occurred.
I/O errors are a serious business, and scrapping the card after recovering the videos is probably the RIGHT THING TO DO. Some folders go through without an issue, most don't. It came FAT32 of course, but that has issues -- like it won't allow files bigger than 4Gb which is simply stupid. The file transfer was terribly slow like USB 1.1 (I'm using FW800) yet after that, I still can't copy files to the 2nd partition.
Apple's SMB has had issues since they rolled their own in 10.7 Reply Stevan says: February 7, 2016 at 11:59 am Thanks, BI, that solved my issue. Reply chee says: December 28, 2015 at 1:59 pm Can this dotclean work on a folder in an external hard drive? Remember, "kill -9" and "rm -rf" are your friends… 😉 March 30, 2008 at 4:10 pm Jewel I work on a Linux command line every day at work and it is If the above process still don't worked then no need to worry just try the steps listed below:- Go to Applications > Utilities > Terminal.
I have tried everything imaginable including deleting both of them, and it does not let me. Were students "forced to recite 'Allah is the only God'" in Tennessee public schools? Even reformating the disk multiple times does not fix it. I haven't used a Mac for a very long time, but I'd certainly consider it since it's basically Linux under the hood.
I cd'ed my external, opened a folder called movies inside of there and then typed cp /Users/neoarchie2001/Desktop/Movie.mp4. The other 5% have dot files as resource forks (> 4096 in size), and I decided to keep them on the Mac mini for good. Drag the particular folder to the terminal window which is giving problem to you while copying. Without it I just cannot copy.
Aha! Besides, any idiot can drag-and-drop, but if you use the command line, you look like a real geek.