Originally posted by jficca
.....I suppose you can interpret it as you wish.
Does anyone know what to do in resedit to fix the file?
I don't own shrinkwrap and don't feel like shelling out the money with no assurance it will work.
Evil's got the right idea. Disk Copy is notorious for for corupt files. I suggest using .dmg, toast, or shrinkwrap images only. If you get a disk copy .img file immediatly convert it to one of the file types i mentioned. Often if you are getting a checksum error you can skip the verification. The file usually still mounts, if it does then you can go ahead and convert it to shrinkwrap or toast. I have little experience with .dmg. I have come across quite a few corrupted .dmg files but they have come from suspicious sources so i havent thought much of it. Personally i convert everything to toast image format (no better than shrinkwrap as far as i can tell but faster to create since it doesnt compress the file as much).Originally posted by evildead
I have had that happen to me too a few times. You may want to check out the file with resEdit. Could ba a bad resource-fork or something like that. And at times... files just get corrupt. Thats why I have over 200 CD's of backed up files and images. I have usued Shrinkwrap to mount files that diskCopy suddenly stoped mounting and then made anew image out of the mounted Disk. Seemed to work. But I dont know how reliable that is.
I dont even think that Aladin suports that app any more... Its has been arround with out an update for a very long time. e-mail me and I may beable to help you out........Originally posted by jficca
So I downloaded the shrinkwrap demo from aladdin's web site only to get a message that the demo has expired. It seems a little odd that they would advertise demo software on their web site that is EXPIRED! Oh well, I'll have to find it some other way. Maybe I'll have to break down and just buy it. Too bad that it's not for os x. Nothing like buying software for an os that's almost obsolete. I'll give the resedit fix a shot tonight when I'm home.
Thanks for all the help. These boards are a great resource as well as a source for empathy.