Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Sometimes peripheral devices may seem to be disturbed. Well, that can return EFAULT if you pass in unmapped memory. So, you may get a fix without really knowing what really was fixed.
hardware tests show no troubles and all the utilities I tried show nothing out of the ordinary... I may be talking out of my ***, but still might be one to throw at Drobo support to see if they have any other enlightenment - particularly if the error Useful Searches Recent Posts Options Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion My mouse can move but nothing is clickable and there are no hover effects. Visit Website
If you use a file library system, you will probably need to adjust for the file name changes - if that does help. Download good copies. In humid or corrosive environments some copper/whatever contacts develop high resistances.
If possible try it with a different cable (same interface)! And btw, use the PNG-format for such screenshots! Also, my drive is formatted as Mac-OS extended. You can download the tool by clicking on either of the two download buttons given on this page, and follow simple instructions once the tool is downloaded to get the tool
To strip the extended attributes from the file being copied, open a Terminal window and type "xattr -d" followed by a single space. The file are definitely readable so there not corrupted or anything like that. Mac system speeds gets affected due to this reason.The symptoms of Mac error code -36 is:Severe Virus infectionFaulty registry entriesShutting down system abnormallyFile system corruptionOperating system malfunctioningDue to any of the find more info That means that a new hard drive might also have the same problem.
I don't know the actual implementation of FSWriteFork, but what if it uses BSD's "write"? Could be hardware. I'll try locally. At the specific location restore all the filesAnd also there is a third party tools for solve this or fix this Mac error code 36.
Then drag the source file to the terminal window. It was from them that I got the missing tidbit of information:Usually ioErr (-36) means something has gone deeply wrong at the lowest levels. This will force all bad sectors on the drive to be mapped out. Have a fix?
Do you think it might be related to your earlier problems with the drobo? I've noticed that all of the files in question have special characters in them , |, ? Or, you may have some weirdness in the file headers for those files, which might not be fixable, except for downloading new copies, then replacing your corrupted files one by one. Or, if you think there is some issue with special characters in the file name, you could test a couple of those files by simplifying the name to all standard characters.
I immediately ran a disk check on the FS and that comes back clean. from the names and was able to do that - the extended attributes flag is back on the files too. And btw, use the PNG-format for such screenshots! Alerts Alert Preferences Show All...
so far it's only having troubles with files in the itunes folder.. This tools that will repair your hard disks and corrupted files.Blog | Tags: How to remove Mac error 36 ioErr I/O error (bummers) Post navigationMac error -37 bdNamErr-Bad file name_there may You'll have to get the logic board replaced if that is the case.
And guess who didn't purchase an extended warranty? Post Reply Search Advanced search 6 posts • Page 1 of 1 Bmurray Posts: 17 Joined: Mon Dec 24, 2007 10:22 am I/O error (bummers) Quote Postby Bmurray » Sat Sep As a 'nice to have' feature, I think it would be cool if kJams could detect when a song is referenced and not local, and then disable all the meta-data edit Can you try running your setfile on those few files, one at a time?
So Download MacKeeper and get ready to solve your Mac problems in few clicks.Category: Mac Errors Tags: fix [-36] ioErr-I-O (bummers) in Mac, how to troubleshoot [-36] ioErr-I-O (bummers) in Have you run Apple Hardware Test? Maybe you have a few files that were corrupted in some way as a result, and you are only now finding out where some problems did occur? Here you go – The [-36] ioErr-I-O (bummers) can occur due to the fact that a file or a program that your system just called upon has been damaged.
WHAT A NIGHTMARE!!!!! If that helps, fix the rest by doing the same. That's when I get these messages Invalid File Attribute Specified.ERROR: i/o Error (Bummers). (-36) on file: ./Ashes to Ashes/Season 2/S02E08 - Who Am I, Really?.avi ERROR: i/o Error (Bummers). (-36) on Why does it occur in the first place?