03-17-2012, 05:37 PM #1
Network Drive Issue When Waking Up
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- Jul 27, 2011
Hi everyone. I have a MBP with Snow Leopard on it. I also have a pc desktop in my network that is always on. Anyway I mounted the drives on that pc to my mac as network drives. I did this by creating a little application in Automator and adding it to login items list in Accounts menu. This makes my mac to mount the drives everytime I open it.
Anyway, my problem is that when I close the lid of my mac and open it later, waking my mac wake up, it starts to trying remounting those drives which creates a neverending loop. Not only can I access those drives, I cant even shut down my computer without a hard reset from the on/off button. Because it becomes unresponsive when I command it to shut down from the apple menu.
Is there a workaround to that problem?
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