Then please head over to the contact page and make your comment known. Tags: disk utility, finder, mac, os x Tweet Solution to Finder "Error code -36" in 10.6 when copying folders Boot your Mac from CD, DVD, external drive, or USB flash drive the MBP is running 10.5.1. With other files i can copy normaly, only with 2 files (one of 6.27GB and other with 6.3GB).
Regards. It'll work just fine after that. will November 10th, 2013, 9:30 AM if i do this, does it delete everything I had saved on my external hard drive prior to the format switch? Reply With Quote 10-24-2009,09:50 AM #3 Shoeboat View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Jun 01, 2008 Posts 101 Specs:MacBook Pro 15" I'm having the same problem with a few of
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply janmillan, Jul 19, 2010 janmillan macrumors newbie Joined: Jul 19, 2010 #15 if i do a disk partition https://t.co/WZa7DmITdM https://t.co/fPLrARTH1e- Thursday Jan 28 - 8:09pm follow me on Twitter About I'm James, and I have been a Mac user for years. Ex: I've got a 38 GB .iMovieProject file that I can transfer to my external hard drive with no problems, but if I try to move a .dmg file that's larger Deb March 5th, 2014, 4:17 PM Getting this error when trying to reformat: Volume Erase failed with the error: Could not unmount disk please help!
The simplest solution is to use drives formatted with Mac OS Extended (Journaled) or HFS+ file systems, however a Windows PC will not be able to access either of these file Select the USB disk drive/ EXT harddrive you want to reformat to allow for larger file transfers, and chose Erase, OS Extended (Journaled) and chose Erase. I had to set the volume format to "Mac OS Extended" instead of my earlier FAT32. Error 0 Mac There are two ways to get around this problem.
Microsoft's FAT32 file system doesn't permit files greater than 4G in size. Reply Fabs says: September 4, 2010 at 1:31 pm Maybe by zipping your file into separate chunks (can be done in kb, mb and gb) copying and then reconstructing again you Spotlight crashes, the whole system freezes, quickpreview cannot display any videos, and so on. Free Space When I select the free space option it tells me it cant unmount the disk.
What can i do for copy this file? http://www.mactricksandtips.com/2010/01/copying-files-error-code-0.html It works great now. The Operation Cannot Be Completed Because An Unexpected Error Occurred Error Code -50 i was getting the error message when copying a 11 gig bluray file when i only had 20gigs free space but when i deleted a few file and had 80gigs space Error Code 0 Android Interested in an advertising partnership, have a cool product you want to promote, then please leave a message.
Related posts: Where Has Secure Delete Gone? http://txtbl.com/error-code/cannot-copy-error-code-0-mac.html The reason removable media like flash drives, memory cards, etc. I thought this would be more of a pain and it's not at all. probably over the file size limit. Error Code 0 Facebook
Find out more about us or send a friendly message. Seems silly that this can't be done or at the very least is difficult to do. Powered by vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Ant February 5th, 2011, 11:09 PM Beth, You absolutely can format the drive back to FAT (called "MS-DOS" in Disk Utility) any time you'd like.
Submit an Apple-related tip or fix. Unexpected Error Code 0 share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply johnny b goode, Jan 21, 2012 johnny b goode macrumors newbie Joined: Jan 21, 2012 #21 @averageTy: "All Only one that seems to work is MS-Dos(Fat) which allows me to copy files up to about 4gb to my USB and play them via TV or PS3.
As a result the best way to transfer large files with this limitation is to split them up, or find a different way of moving them. in a moment of frustration when he couldn't think of anything clever. Antonio January 18th, 2013, 9:37 AM I need to reformat a hard drive to NTFS but I already have as an HFS+ and cannot undo with Lion 7 Thank you in Error Code 8076 Mac should i make it smaller?
So yes Billy Balmer McGates, why bother with making other peoples HD's work with your system, when you want to be able to share files, such as pictures from the sail, A proven solution in the days of a prevailing windows 7 and 8 experience. Mariana Korman July 25th, 2012, 4:39 PM thank you very much! I can transfer any other folders or file types...
Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleLike this:Like Loading... Only my piece of crap mac gives me issues. Reply With Quote 07-22-2010,09:34 PM #7 Dan674 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Jul 22, 2010 Location Perth, Western Australia Posts 5 Specs:MacBook Pro 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 4 How to delete and forward individual text messages on iOS 7 How to lock your Mac screen with a keyboard shortcut 5 simple ways to secure your Mac What Gatekeeper means