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Old 02-03-2009, 05:24 PM
slschramm slschramm is offline
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Thanks Dave. After powering off I restarted SD and ran a smart backup without any problems.

I now think my problem is incidental to SD. I've been having major problems with a wide variety of other apps getting hung and not being able to force quit unless I go into Activity Monitor. I've been reading the Apple discussions today and have learned I am not alone in having this problem since updating to Leopard 10.5.6. It seems connected to Time Machine and the other partition, because what I see is a stuck TM update (perpetual message that it's preparing to back up). Then other apps start freezing and next thing I know I'm in major lockup. I'm not sure what's going on but am going to try disabling Time Machine completely to see if the crashes stop. Any other users experiencing this issue?

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