Every now and then I’ll be connected to a server on my Mac with a very specific volume mounted, but then it doesn’t appear anywhere in Finder. When I try to reconnect to it, it’s grayed out, as if I was connected after all. For a while, the only way I knew how to fix it was to restart, but that’s obviously most inconvenient. Turns out, there is quite a simple solution, and that is to unmount the volume via the command line. Open up Terminal and type in the following: sudo umount -f '/Volumes/NameOfVolume Replacing “NameOfVolume” with your volume’s name. After you hit ENTER, type in your Mac’s password when prompted. Vita viewer app for pc.
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Once that’s done, reconnect to the server in Finder (COMMAND + K), select the volume that was previously grayed out, mount it, and now it’ll be in Finder again for you to browse. This entry was posted in, and tagged,, on. Post navigation.
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