- That folder contained the Unix executable file called MemeodHelper. After checking the creation date, I felt comfortable deleting the folder. I have successfully copied my home folder to 3 external drives since deleting the Memeo folder this morning. I hope this helps if the situation is still unresolved.
- Click on the checkbox next to the app to give it full disk access. If the app in question is not on the list, you can add it with the + button under the app list, or just drag & drop it from the Applications folder. 7 Click on the Lock icon in order to save changes.
'The operation can’t be completed because you don’t have permission to access some of the items.'
So then I tried to copy only the home file in user folder and it says:
The operation can’t be completed because you don’t have permission to access “MemeodHelper”.
It sounds like the problem Servant_ had (above) but I can't find where to delete MemeodHelper.
Also I was reading here:
And now I am not even sure that IF I am able to copy my user folder to my HD, then when I reload my OSX-SL I will be able to bring it back and make it the user folder on the reloaded OSX-SL.
Can anyone help me with this issue and verify that it will actually work? Thank you.
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How To Open Applications Folder On Mac
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Applications Folder On Pc
Go to Applications Utilities and open ' Disk Utility '. Select your hard drive (usually 'Macintosh HD') from the menu on the left. Click the ' Verify Permissions ' button to check for errors. Afterwards, click ' Repair Permissions ' button to fix errors.