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The NAS was disconnected when the ip changed as I did not have it on static at that time, and eversince I cant do anything without this problem.

 

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19 hours ago, duncannah said:

Press CMD+Up until you reach the Computer menu, then eject it

I just found how to track the problem but dont know where and or how to delete it from my system?

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I'm not seeing what you're seeing in the log, but check this...

 

Make sure you're not connected to the mediaserver... like unhook from the network or unplug it..

 

open terminal, from your home directory, enter: cd ../../volumes

then ls

If you see "Mediaserver" listed, delete it. (rm, rmdir, rm -r)...I can't recall which will do it.

 

 

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