[macvoiceover] Re: use of external drive when not backing up

oh, I doubt it was anything serious or at least not serious like hacking. did you eject the drive or is that the issue, it won't eject? sometimes, when a device won't eject, it is because some process is in the process of disengaging.


On Mar 29, 2009, at 3:31 PM, Mark Baxter wrote:

The browser was closed. That's what I thought of after I read that article about the German dude cracking Safari, but it wasn't running at that time. Given the hugeness of the drive, it's impossible for me to tell if anything was deleted or changed.


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