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Old 04-21-2008, 03:11 PM
Izzy Izzy is offline
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SD does not release the drive.

Hello guys,

It happens to me on several Macs - after using SuperDuper I cannot unmount the second drive. I have to power down my MacBook to do so.
With Firewire drives it may be OK, though not very convenient.

Now I have two 750 gig drives inside the MacPro, one of them is an exact replica of the other (Main Drive). After running SuperDuper, I cannot run any utilities (Disk Warrior, TechTool) on the second replica drive because none of the utilities can unmount it... If I will start from the second replica drive - my main drive cannot be unmounted...

Please help!

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