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Old 07-17-2009, 05:01 PM
DebNCgal DebNCgal is offline
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Exclamation "Unexpectedly_quit_header" Message

I'm getting ready to upgrade to a larger hard drive on my G5. Prior to swapping out drives, I initiated a SD clone of the main drive (a 250GB volume that has only about 14GB free) to a 1TB external SATA drive that's connected to a Wiebetech Drivedock that has an IDE to SATA adapter on it and is connected to a native FireWire port.

I successfully cloned and rebooted to the external drive. But about five minutes after the target volume rebooted, a system message popped up labeled "unexpectedly_quit_header." Underneath that line, in smaller letters, it says: "unexpectedly_quit_relaunch_message."

Below that second line are three buttons labeled as follows:


Is this message related to the SuperDuper! clone process? Or to some other system or hardware related issue? Or perhaps somehow to the Wiebetech IDE/SATA adapter? (These are just some options I'm throwing out.)

I've Googled but didn't find anything. Does anyone have some thoughts or clues to direct me on this? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
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