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Re: Mac OS X 10.5 iDisk error -35
Give your mac a few moments to wake up before you try to connect iDisk.
If this didn't solve your problem
1. From the Apple menu, choose Log Out. 2. Log back in. 3. Try to connect to your iDisk. 4. If the issue persists, restart your computer.
You should now be able to connect to your iDisk. However, if the issue persists, follow these additional steps: 1. Open System Preferences. 2. Click MobileMe. 3. Click Sign Out. Note: This will unregister your computer from syncing with MobileMe, and disable iDisk Syncing if it is enabled. 4. Retype your MobileMe account name and password. 5. Connect to your iDisk.
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Every Mac that has an optical drive has an eject key on the keyboard. Pressing the eject key will eject a CD or DVD.
The eject key has this icon on it: ?
You can also right-click on the disk icon, then choose "Eject" from the pop-up menu.
You can also click once on the disk icon, then choose "Eject" from the File menu.
You can also drag the icon to the Trash icon in the dock.
The eject key will only eject CDs and DVDs, but all of the other methods described above will also unmount other media types, like a hard drive or flash drive connected via USB, FireWire, or Thunderbolt.
If your computer has a reset button on it (if you have one, it is
probably somewhere near the power button), then push that button when
you get the "non system disk" error. If you do not have a reset
button, then turn off the computer when you get this message and wait
about 10 seconds for the hard drive to completely spin down before you
turn it back on.
I would try running this test a few times for each of the function keys
(i.e. F1 - F12). I've also heard of the Insert key being used to
access the BIOS, so you can try that key and the Delete key.
Make sure you have admin rights on your log in or log in as admin. Check the permissions on the application folder, that you have read and write (single click on the folder press option and 'i' key to get folder info.
With Macromedia it installs folders in quite a few locations so you need to make sure you have 'read/write' permission on the whole mac.
If you still have a problem. Open the apple disk utility (in the utility folder in applications) and check permissions there. You can run fix permissions from the to.