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Old 12-08-2012, 01:18 PM
rwross rwross is offline
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I'm not clear on this...

Would you mind explaining this issue a bit more; I think I am misunderstanding it.

I have two external drives attached to my iMac: one for SuperDuper and one for Time Machine. I know I could have them both on the same drive, but having them on two physical drives makes me feel more comfortable.

I never eject these drives, but they do go to sleep.

I assume that is not what you are talking about in this thread. Are you talking about a drive that is completely ejected (not visible on Finder) but still attached via USB?

Finally, and most most impactful to me personally, there are occasions where I get a SuperDuper error indicating it could not mount my Clone drive. As I mentioned above, I never unmount these drives so was wondering if these issues were somehow related.

This happened again this morning with Growl (thanks for getting that working again) indicated the SuperDuper copy failed for that reason.

I ejected and remounted the drive, ran SuperDuper again and it worked as expected, so some insight into these intermittent failures would be greatly appreciated along with any suggestions to avoid them.

Much Thanks for Great Software™
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