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I have a HP MediaSmart Server that I use to store all my media on and can access things from my Windows 7 Desktop and my MacBook without any problems.

It even works with Time Machine so my MacBook is backed up to it without any problems.


The issue I have is that the hpMSSAgent application that runs on my MacBook stops my MacBook from shutting down quickly and I have to Force Quit it to get it to close and as soon as I do my MacBook then shuts down.

I've searched HP's forums but no-one has a solution - it works on my Windows 7 computer OK as shutting down is no problem so it's just a Mac problem.


Any ideas?

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No idea. Never saw that on mine during the couple of years it was running. It died about 3 months ago. Not aware off hand of anyone else here using the MediaSmart.

I did remove whatever that software had loading from my startup though.

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