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Is this a bug in apfs? Its just hanging there and nothing happens.

 

EDIT: I cannot copy it directly from my NTFS disk to the targeted folder which is my pictures folder but i can copy and paste it to my desktop and from there to pictures folder. ???

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Which method did you used to install macOS 10.13?

 

Are you using the apfs.efi driver in drivers64UEFI folder?



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Which method did you used to install macOS 10.13?

 

Are you using the apfs.efi driver in drivers64UEFI folder?

I just downloaded high sierra from Appstore and made a USB installer and then installed it. And yes i am using apfs.efi in the mentioned directory.



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this is not a bug APFS I have HS APFS runing and copy file from NTFS or any other file system not an issue here



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this is not a bug APFS I have HS APFS runing and copy file from NTFS or any other file system not an issue here

No @chris, there're few unclear issues on some storages formatted in APFS under hSierra, if not Finder bugs.

If the last is our problem, simply force quit Finder, then re-launch it to solve..



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Check Drive permissions. It happened to me that a converted drive was set as read only.

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Check Drive permissions. It happened to me that a converted drive was set as read only.

 

Thanks, I will try it later.







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