I O Error Bummers
I can't even back it up because it stops as soon as it finds a file in a bad sector.. Do you think it might be related to your earlier problems with the drobo? Apple Header Humor: I/O error (bummers) Apple Bug Reporting Tip: Always Capture a Sysdiagn... 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.
That means that a new hard drive might also have the same problem. 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. hardware tests show no troubles and all the utilities I tried show nothing out of the ordinary... If a Time Machine backup doesn't work, copy from your home directory whatever you can. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2814769?start=0&tstart=0
You can not post a blank message. I partitioned my drive and was just going to copy all my data to the partition and then do a clean install on the Mac HD (partition A) and I get PS: It is not any specific type file. I'm not sure I've tried doing the SetFile locally to the file - it's always been over a remote mount.
Thanks for trying though. The file are definitely readable so there not corrupted or anything like that. 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 Anyone else have any ideas?
Some of your files may be corrupted already, and you have no easy way to determine which ones. Corruption of Mac files without any perceptible warning. 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. http://www.howtofixmacerrors.com/get-rid-of-36-ioerr-i-o-bummers-error/ No, create an account now.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply gnasher729, Apr 4, 2011 Last edited: Apr 4, 2011 gnasher729 macrumors G5 Joined: Nov 25, 2005 #9 iMJustAGuy Poor performance of the system in terms of speed, especially. Got a tip for us? Usually there is a small explanation stating a certain file cannot be read or written.Essentially this amounts to the system having lost some sort of connection with the source of the
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Can you try running your setfile on those few files, one at a time? I'll try doing stuff with the files locally this evening and maybe taking down the volume and running a full fsck to see if these get picked up at that stage. Here's what the actual header file says if you have Apple's Carbon SDK: ioErr = -36, /*I/O error (bummers)*/That is, generally speaking, application programs can't recover from this - it would
If you want to continue using it, which I wouldn't recommend, boot from your installation DVD and launch Disk Utility from the Utiliities menu. If that helps, fix the rest by doing the same. I've noticed that all of the files in question have special characters in them , |, ? Check the cables and internal (SATA?) connectors of the external drive and of your Mac!
If so we'll know it's corruption I guess. I get a 'No such file or directory" message. Powered by Blogger. A reply from you would be mostly appreciated.Thanks.
Have a fix? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? If you have a USB or Firewire drive, try ejecting it and using another port if one is available.
In the developers' documentation it says: Code: ioErr = -36, /*I/O error (bummers)*/ One of the hard drives involved is broken or breaking.
That's exactly why I have the drobo, to stop losses like this. In humid or corrosive environments some copper/whatever contacts develop high resistances. Hard drive issues. Isn't that equivilant of repairing?
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 It does this quite often now and I have no idea why as I keep my computer very clean. Privacy / DMCA contact / Affiliate and FTC Disclosure Fixed | Fluid | Fluid HD Thursday, January 29, 2015 Apple Header Humor: I/O error (bummers) In iOS 8.1 SDK's Security.Framework SecBase.h, Can you try running your setfile on those few files, one at a time?
Confused, but no longer worried. #5 dave261266, Sep 28, 2015 DeltaMac uix_expand uix_collapse Tech Joined: Jun 20, 2001 Messages: 8,385 Likes Received: 71 I hear you... And guess who didn't purchase an extended warranty? 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? It has powerful scanning algorithm which repairs damaged and corrupted part of Macintosh and removes virus if it injects into your system.
I'm hoping it's not related to the drobo issue as that would be bad. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply iMJustAGuy, Apr 2, 2011 iMJustAGuy thread starter macrumors 68020 Joined: Sep 10, 2007 Location: Beach, FL #4 I