|Jan 22, 2013, 02:53 PM||#26|
When you used disk utility, did you reformat the drive to GUID?
If you did do so, the files should not be in the trash unless the came from your internal drive. The previous commands I gave you assumed that these files were from your internal drive.
You can always try this:
sudo rm -rf /Volumes/xxxxx/.Trash/*
where xxxxx is your external volume name.
If that doesn't work, reformat the drive.
MBP 15" 2.33GHZ, MacMini 2.0GHZ, PBG4 15" 1.67GHZ, PBG4 12" 1.5GHZ, iPodTouch 32GB
|Jan 22, 2013, 08:03 PM||#27|
Yes again i tried this last options found in the internet when i was searching but still didnt work so what i did is i reformat my exHD yesterday hehehe anyways thanks guys for the rply i appreciate it a lot.
|Feb 6, 2013, 11:49 PM||#28|
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