... well, until I select the volume again while in column view...Another problem: highlighting the bootcamp partition in Finder (column view) makes the volume unrecognisable as a volume by Finder. Disk Utility says it cannot unmount the volume. After restart, everything is normal.
Dear ScienceMac,The weird part is that the folder that they are in and that was created in os x is there, but the files are not.
We should have been fixed the problem when copying a huge directory with files, please check it.You cannot copy '2006-04-22 - Tokyo - 008.JPG' to the destination, as another object with the same name already exists, which only differs in uppercase/lowercase writing.
Finder automatically restores opened finder windows after restarting. Please check if there is no opened finder window before your computer is restarted.Another issue now, is that Finder now opens up after start up automatically showing the drives on my computer. It's never done that before.
we are fixing this problem now, thanks.The NTFS volume is not showing up in the StartUp Disk Preference Pane.
Unfortunately , we are not going to fix this issue, because it will take a considerable time (slow down your system) to count all files and folders on a NTFS partition.Disk Utility is showing "0 Files, 0 Folders".
Fixed.And: When bringing up the info dialogue (CMD+i) the "More Information" field stays at the spinning wheel...(saying: Loading...)
Fixed.In Finder, column view, when highlighting a file on an NTFS drive, the information summary on the most right column stays at "Last opened: loading....*spinnigwheel*"
I uninstalled NTFS-3g for OS X in order to try out your Beta 2. Your utility for the most part just works, and seems very, very fast. Is it possible your NTFS under OS X is faster than NTFS under Windows Vista? I didn't do any real tests, but a few times duplicating files I have to say it feels that way. That's very exciting if it proves as stable as NTFS-3g, which has a reputation for stability, quality, and being exceptionally safe writing to NTFS volumes. And let's not forget, NTFS-3g is free, but clearly the current implementation breaks no speed records on OS X... although some major speed improvements sound like they're coming.We are looking forward to hearing your feedback.
Had it not caused a kernel panic, the last line should have read: Unmount of "Vista 250GB HD" succeeded**********
Oct 8 00:42:16: Disk Utility started.
Unmount of “Vista 250GB HD