Advertise on MacRumors Our Staff Arnold Kim Editorial Director Email • Twitter Eric Slivka Editor in Chief Email • Twitter Juli Clover Editor Email • Twitter Joe Rossignol Editor Email • I've looked through some stuff and it says go to the right click thing, "Get Info" then at the bottom you're supposed to uncheck some box or something.. Oddly enough, during this change, the permissions on these files got locked. so I went into prefrences, and changed the target folder to the new one.
Reboot it while in the Safe Mode. Mac OS X error code 8076: Manual Method to Get Rid of It In case of Mac file corruption resulting in Mac OS X error code 8076 complications, follow this: Search Are you able to copy and paste into a folder on your Mac? Also, there are cases wherein viruses are the cause of this specific error so better get a good anti-virus. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4302478?tstart=0
It is one issue that continues to bother irrespective of the Mac versions you might use. You will get an error message dialog box that you can see in the figure after facing this problem. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Caelum, Oct 16, 2008 Caelum thread starter macrumors newbie Joined: Dec 11, 2007 Location: Australia #3 Thank you There are only two user accounts on my mac and we are both administrators, so I don't know why there are so many entries under the 'Sharing and Permissions' section.
I'd rather not create a brand new account where I have to fiddle with settings again for everything, though I'm not sure if I may have to do that anyway. Additional Information: Hard drive is "Seagate" Free Agent Desktop MacBook Pro (OS X 10.7.2) Add your answer Source Submit Cancel Report Abuse I think this question violates the Community Guidelines Chat Our chat has ended, but you can still continue to ask me questions here until you are satisfied with your answer. How JustAnswer Works: Ask an Expert Experts are full of valuable knowledge and are ready to help with any question.
Helpful (1) Reply options Link to this post This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. Additional Information: Hard drive is "Seagate" Free Agent Desktop MacBook Pro (OS X 10.7.2) Follow Report Abuse Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Have you performed a reboot?Customer: Yes. Ask Your Own Mac Question Expert: Josh replied1 year ago. http://www.retrmac.com/usefulinfo/mac-errorcode-8076.php This is real, I cannot remember.
You must be logged into post a comment. But not that simple :(? Slow & sluggish behavior of Mac system The stored Mac file gets corrupted or damaged without any warning Installed programs gets crashed or freezes frequently The emergence of annoying error messages But, why to do so!
Send us an email b. http://www.justanswer.com/mac-computers/8rfyp-wha-rror-codes-8076-correct-it.html Please upload a file larger than 100x100 pixels We are experiencing some problems, please try again. This happens when he tries to copy or move certain file from on drive to another. Open the terminal, and enter Code: sudo chown -R myname:staff /Applications Click to expand...
Symptoms – The system will get terminated automatically after few minutes of working. It worked. Problem with boot sector: When there is a problem with boot sector, Mac system fails to load and as a result you are unable to access the stored data files and You can install the software the second time around to attempt solving the said error.
An unexpected error occurred (error code -8076).” The problem can be with the file or the drive where the file have to be transferred. Select your username from the menu labeled Select the user account if not already selected. Avoid downloading software from untrustworthy or suspicious websites. I click on the folder and then "get info" and can see the box labeled "name and extension" but it's grayed out and not available. I have the password to unlock
How To Use :- How to fix Mac error code -8076 unable to move or copy an item The error code will -8076 generate when you will try to move, copy You can only upload a photo or a video. Unintentional Formatting: Pressing wrong button will sometime lead to emergence of very critical Mac OS X error code 8076 problem.
TS1402: Unable to move, unlock, modify, or copy an item in Mac OS X Learn about Unable to move, unlock, modify, or copy an item in Mac OS X timmy toad Once you're the owner, you can do whatever you want to it (set permissions as you choose). I want to have a choice, or specify a different folder altogether. This is a default tool that is provided by Mac operating system to repair the damage disk or files.
Any way to work around for NTFS? Do not try to fix the problem with the ESC key or Ctrl + Alt + Del as this will do nothing. How can I change this? Okay let me know Ask Your Own Mac Question Customer: replied1 year ago.
Maybe I typed my full name in at some point - I can't remember, but now i use my intials for my login name and proper short name. Click on Advanced system settings, point your mouse to the Advanced tab and click Settings. The login he passed on at start-up still says administrator as a user name, though, not his shortname. View 4 Replies View Related OS X :: Change The Documents Folder To A Different HD?
chown = change ownership -R = Recursively. I still can't get rid of the copying thing.Customer: What? The operation can't be completed due to this problem and the data damage chances will increase. Sometimes, users also have to face Mac OS X error code 8076 issues unexpectedly.
Thanks, works for me to change the ownership of Users folder. About the Author: Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply. I used to be from windows background, so I'll just set a thumbnail cover to the folder and it stays when burned to disc. (of course, the disc when opened on I changed my user's name to what I'd wanted it to be known as, and it did nothing to the Home folder.
The pairing worked and now the photos are transferring to the Documents folder, which is fine, but I'd love to change the destination folder.It seems like there should be an easy However, you don't need to think so much about that, one should remember that Mac Os X Error Code 8076 will always be there. If you have lost files or any data due to this error then you can recover all data by using the Mac data recovery software. View 1 Replies View Related OS X Mavericks :: Change Name On User Folder?