If you dual boot Windows and Mac OS X, sometimes, you will encounter an error when emptying the trash bin in Mac. The file that cause the problem is fseventsd-uuid from Windows. The only way to fix it is to boot to Windows and run disk repair or chkdsk. When it’s done, boot back to […]| 1,771 views
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