03-31-2006, 08:32 AM #1
Recovered Files in Trash, After Booting to Cloned Drive and Back
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- Jan 15, 2006
- SE Pennsylvania
- 20" 2.0GHz Intel Core Duo iMac, 1.5 GHZ PPC Mac Mini, MacBook MB403LL/A
I had noticed this several times:
Nothing in trash.
Clone a drive.
Boot to the cloned drive.
Re-start, and boot back to the Macintosh HD
Notice "Recovered Files" in trash.
Emptying trash seems to have no ill effect.
No, I don't remember exactly what they are, but I seem to remember there being a whole hierarchy of folder structures, perhaps the root of which is something like ETNW, or something like that.
I notice that it either doesn't happen or it's less frequent if I use Disk Utilty to make the cloned drive. If I use CCC or SuperDuper!, it seems more likely to happen. Again, there seems to be no harm in emptying the trash.
Any idea what's being recovered and why?
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