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Old 04-14-2007, 01:14 PM
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SD won't quit if backup disk not found

Problem: during scheduled backup the backup drive is not found because I turned it off or unplugged it. Then I notice SD is open and waiting, so I plug in the drive, wait for it to initialize, and start the backup manually.

Every time this situation happens SuperDuper will not quit when the backup is finished, and quit command won't work either. I have to force quit SD.

This only happens when the backup disk is not found for a scheduled backup.

SD ver 2.1.4 (v82)
iMac G5
OS X 10.4.9
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Try pressing Cmd+s then quitting SD: that should fix it.
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