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What is mac error code-8003

I try to empty trash and get eror code-8003 why?

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Hi,
If you are a Mac user then I know you have experienced this. You've been deleting files and your Trash Can is showing that there are items in it. You try to empty the trash and all of a sudden an error window appears. It probably looks something like this.
I share a link please visit and read it.
http://www.easypctutorials.com/how-to-fix-error-code-8003-os-x/

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Ever try to empty your trash on your Mac and the system gives you an error telling you that a file in the trash can is in use and it will not allow you to get rid of it no matter what you try? Well, here's a little trick to help you get around this.

1. Open up terminal and type "sudo nano .bash_profile" and input your administrator password. This will allow you to view and edit this text file. We are going to use this to create an alias.

2. Click inside the terminal window to take control of an active cursor and use your arrow keys to move around. Type alias emptytrash='rm -rf ~/.Trash/*' into the window. Be sure to type the command exactly as shown otherwise you may end up deleting something you didn't intend to.

4. Press the "Control" key plus the "O" key to write the text out to the file and press enter to accept the default file name.

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