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How can I fix common Snow Leopard error codes?

Published on December 30th, 2021 Updated: April 11th, 2022

Error code -36 is a common error code for Snow Leopard. This error code happens when there is a problem with the file structure or permissions on the computer. When this error code occurs, it is usually because of a problem with the way the files are stored on the computer.

If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:

  1. Error code -36:
  2. -Try using the Finder to copy the files instead of the Terminal
  3. -Check if there are any permission errors with the file or directory you're trying to copy
  4. -If you're copying to a network volume, try mounting it with the '-o volname' option
  5. -Check if the file or directory you're trying to copy is locked
  6. Error code -10810:
  7. -Check if the file or directory you're trying to copy is locked
  8. -If you're copying to a network volume, try mounting it with the '-o volname' option
  9. -Check the permissions of the destination directory
  10. -Check if there is enough free space on the destination volume
  11. Error code -10811:
  12. -Check if the file or directory you're trying to copy is locked
  13. -If you're copying to a network volume, try mounting it with the '-o volname' option
  14. -Check the permissions of the destination directory
  15. -Check if there is enough free space on the destination volume
  16. -Try using the Finder to copy the files instead of the Terminal