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Old 05-07-2018, 06:44 PM
ctucker10 ctucker10 is offline
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destination HD does not eject after copy

Since updating to the latest version of SuperDuper! 3.1.6 (v109) my destination disks do not automatically eject when SuperDuper quits.

I make two duplicates daily. My internal startup disk, an SSD, backs up to another internal SSD. And a USB-connected, spinning disk, RAID-0 array backs up to another USB-connected, spinning disk, non-RAIDed HD. Both disks are backed up as expected, then SD! quits but, the backup disks are not ejected. This has happened 4 days in a row.

The only troubleshooting I've done so far is to delete my "scheduled copies" and recreate them from scratch. I did that yesterday. When I checked this morning SD! had done its thing...made duplicates and quit...but both destination disks were still mounted.

Any ideas on what I should try next?
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