#126204 - 01/02/0403:26 PMCD-R not unmounting in Finder
Using iTunes v4.2, when burning a CD-R and eject the cd, it stays on the desktop. I'am using OS 10.3.2.<br><br>I have done the following.<br><br>-- Ran disk permissions.<br>-- Zapped PRAM<br>-- Ran fsck -f<br>-- Optimized the HD with disk warrior.<br><br>Thx. for any help.<br><br>Its on sale at the dollar store.
OK well there goes that theory. I use a 800 MHz PB with 512 RAM and I don't have that issue. I would try downloading Xupport and run the cron scripts and clear the caches. My only other guess if that doesn't work is a permissions issue.<br><br>
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First of all, I have found this type of thing to be an issue.<br>I found it to be an issue with 10.2.6, 10.3, 10.3.1,.. and well, I haven't really checked on 10.3.2 yet but you seem to have confirmed that for me.<br>I can't vouch for earlier versions of OS X since I didn't have them. I jumped right over 10.2.8 without touching it.<br>Whatever, the same problem or feature has persisted with iTunes/iDisk/Finder relationship on all the above named systems. As well as other problems/features too but let us stay on this one first.<br><br>This problem also occurs with iTunes 4.1 since i have not bothered to upgrade.<br><br>You simply cannot remove a CD from the desktop while it is still in use.<br><br>Quit iTunes first.<br><br>You may also need to relaunch the Finder.. especially if iTunes was linking to an iDisk in any way.<br><br>"Today is a gift, that's why its called the present."
I would do an option + Q in finder and then relaunch finder. <br><br>Also, quit iTunes and try ejecting. <br><br>___________________________________________<br>I'm just another Mac user at an 8 hour day Dilbert style cubicle job....<br>
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