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Old 12-06-2009, 07:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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when I plug my berry to imac via USB cable, two icons came in in my desktop,
#1 "no name"
#2 "blackberry1"
after job is done ....can`t eject.....telling me still in use..??
soo puling cable out is my option for now????
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Old 12-07-2009, 07:47 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Have you tried ejecting "no name" first? That sounds like your media card.

You could try quitting Desktop Manager first, or even relaunching the Finder on your Mac. Either of those *should* end whatever process is holding up the ejection.
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Old 12-08-2009, 08:00 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I`m not running desktop manager
tryed many diffrent eject options.....
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when I plug my berry to imac via USB cable, two icons came in in my desktop,
#1 "no name"
#2 "blackberry1"
after job is done ....can`t eject.....telling me still in use..??
soo puling cable out is my option for now????
What Mac OS? What device? What "job" are you running? As stated above, the "no name" is likely your SD card. Usually dragging this to the trash first is a good idea. Also mentioned above you could quit the finder (although you will need to enable this...get OnyX to do this). You could also start Activity Monitor to see what BB related apps are running and quit them from there then eject.
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for no reason I can eject my SD card easy
after I eject blackberry1 ...teeeling me ..was not put away wright...
so...little improwment
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