- November 4, 2011 at 10:37 pm #4342
I installed a new 1TB drive in my macbook pro and tried to consolidate aperture libraries from 2 external drives. After consolidating all projects into one library on the new drive, I stupidly deleted the original libraries from the 2 external drives before waiting for my time capsule to back up the newly consolidated library. It seems that the battery indicator in my macbook pro is not as accurate with a second hard drive installed in the optical bay. So instead of peacefully going to sleep when the indicator said I was at 1%, I got a hard power off when the battery gauge said I had almost 10% left (it actually happened as I was getting the adapter to plug it back in). When I restarted and reloaded aperture… :/ the new consolidated library was corrupted. So I started looking for software to restore the recently deleted aperture libraries from my external drives. When I try to scan one of the drives (both for quick or deep scans), it gets to 63.56% in less than 30 seconds, and then just hangs there. The drive is currently empty of files. How long should I wait to see if the scan will continue before giving up?November 5, 2011 at 6:23 am #4800
Are there any files found already when hanging occurs? Can you send Disk Drill’s logs to us as described here: /help/troubleshooting-basics/ ?
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