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I have been using iBackup to backup iLife photos and iTunes to external hardrive (233GB). Recently I get an error after it tries to write file to the external drive that says "The backup archive is in use and connot be ejected...Stop everything or close all programs and Retry". I have nothing else running. Does anybody know what is going on? Thanks. neye:
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