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OS 10.5 - No Access to iDisk


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Hi there,

I have tried to access my iDisk (Leopard user here) today and I get the following message even though I haven't changed passwords at all...

"Your iDisk cannot be accessed. Your member name or password may be invalid.
An unexpected error occured (error code -35).


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Ok, nevermind. Here we go.

I went to System Preferences > .Mac. First, I clicked on the iDisk Sync, but then turned it off. Then I clicked on Upgrade Storage and it took me to Mac.com. I logged in and then tried accessing iDisk from the Finder again.. and it worked just fine. Logged in. Not sure what it was... I know that I reset my .Mac password about 2 weeks ago.. but haven't used my iDisk since then.

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