I have a strange issue that I can't seem to fix. There is an alias in /Volumes that refuses to go away. This was left behind from a mounted network drive at work, after I shut down without unmounting it. The file is locked and I can't unlock it using chflags in Terminal even though I'm the owner. I've tried unsetting the system flag and deleting the folder while in single user mode, it comes back when I reboot. It's been like this for weeks, and initially I just ignored it, but I'm pretty certain it's causing slowdowns when running software that accesses /Volumes. For instance, SuperDuper can take upwards of five minutes to start up in my main account. It's instantaneous in other accounts, presumably since they won't try to access the contents of the alias. If I go to /Volumes in Finder (command-G) and Get Info on the file, it sends Finder into pinwheel hell. Has anyone had this happen?