The Disk Was Not Ejected Properly After Mac Wakes UP

Discussion in 'OS X Mountain Lion (10.8)' started by whirl, Jul 31, 2012.

  1. whirl macrumors member

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    #1
    I only moved over to the Mac OsX last year when Lion was released so I am still finding my way around it.

    I have 3 USB drives connected to my iMac 27, 2 x Western Digital 1TB hard drives and 1 x Sandisk Card reader.

    I always put the iMac to sleep at night and most of the time when I wake it the following morning, I am faced with this message.

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    Is there any way to find out which drive it is referring to?
     
  2. Small White Car macrumors G4

    Small White Car

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    Washington DC
    #2
    Open a Finder window and look in the sidebar. Are some of the USB drives still there and others missing?
     
  3. benrub macrumors newbie

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    I experienced the same thing. And my Macbook Pro hadn't even been connected to any drives before it went to sleep.
     
  4. m0nkeyb0y macrumors member

    m0nkeyb0y

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    This has been happening to me as well. In fact, in the last 10 minutes, I get this error about every 30 seconds, even though I haven't ejecting anything but a disk image. My console shows this repeatedly, and I have no idea what it's referring to. Any suggestions?

    8/2/12 1:13:09.026 PM Flux[353]: kCGErrorCannotComplete: CGSGetDisplayTransferByTableInternal
    8/2/12 1:13:09.026 PM WindowServer[171]: VFBGetDeviceTransfer
    8/2/12 1:13:09.026 PM Flux[353]: kCGErrorCannotComplete: CGSGetDisplayTransferByTableInternal
    8/2/12 1:13:09.276 PM WindowServer[171]: VFBGetDeviceTransfer
    8/2/12 1:13:09.276 PM Flux[353]: kCGErrorCannotComplete: CGSGetDisplayTransferByTableInternal
    8/2/12 1:13:09.276 PM WindowServer[171]: VFBGetDeviceTransfer
    8/2/12 1:13:09.276 PM Flux[353]: kCGErrorCannotComplete: CGSGetDisplayTransferByTableInternal
    8/2/12 1:13:09.526 PM WindowServer[171]: VFBGetDeviceTransfer
    8/2/12 1:13:09.526 PM Flux[353]: kCGErrorCannotComplete: CGSGetDisplayTransferByTableInternal
    8/2/12 1:13:09.526 PM WindowServer[171]: VFBGetDeviceTransfer
    8/2/12 1:13:09.526 PM Flux[353]: kCGErrorCannotComplete: CGSGetDisplayTransferByTableInternal
    8/2/12 1:13:09.776 PM WindowServer[171]: VFBGetDeviceTransfer
    8/2/12 1:13:09.777 PM Flux[353]: kCGErrorCannotComplete: CGSGetDisplayTransferByTableInternal
    8/2/12 1:13:09.777 PM WindowServer[171]: VFBGetDeviceTransfer
    8/2/12 1:13:09.777 PM Flux[353]: kCGErrorCannotComplete: CGSGetDisplayTransferByTableInternal
    8/2/12 1:13:10.027 PM WindowServer[171]: VFBGetDeviceTransfer
     

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