I am able to sync files on C Drive but just realised that D Drive is not visible on Add Sync Folder.
I am running windows XP.
I discovered that 11000 git object files are clogging up my transfer queue.
I've been into SS manager and removed the .git folder from the synced folders, but the thousands of items are still in the queue.
Is there any way for me to get rid of them; I really don't need them synced!
Starting several months ago, I started getting frequent BSODs on my PC (win7 pro 64bit). I finally had time to look at the minidump logs (see attached) and every crash is caused by a pagefault error related to driver sscbfs3.sys which is a SugarSync driver. I tried reinstalling sugarsync (but not uninstalling first) and it still happens. I am using the latest version o sugarsync 18.104.22.168340.20140226.
Besides stopping using sugarsync as a service, any way to fix this?
Is anyone else having issues downloading their work/files from the cloud onto their laptop/pc at really slow speeds? I setup a new laptop last week and SugarSync took far too long to download my files. It took several hours for the download of 6GB.
In comparison, I have a Steam Account and downloading a game demo at 5GB takes only 45 minutes because it runs at 1.8MBps download.
I understand uploads on an ADSL line WILL be slow, but download??
A usual scenario on Vista an Win7 is to move user contents from c:\Users to a different drive, to separate system and user data. A common practice is to move c:\Users\xxx to a different drive, e.g. d:\Users\xxx, and creating an NTFS junction at c:\Users\xxx which points to d:\Users\xxx.
1. After installing SugarSync, sync in Magic Briefcase (MB) doesn't work.
a. If I drag'n'drop a file to MB folder, SugarSync doesn't detect it, and doesn't sync it to the cloud. It doesn't shows up in SugarSync File Manager (SFM).
b. If I drag'n'drop a file to MB in SFM, the file shows up in SFM, sync to the cloud, but doesn't shows up in MB folder.
2. I've created two Test folders on desktop ( c:\Users\xxx\Desktop\Test5 and Test6 )
a. If I add Test6 folder to SugarSync from desktop context menu, sync doesn't work. The same symptoms as with MB.
b. If I do this adding with navigating in explorer to d:\Users\xxx\Desktop\Test5, and using the context menu there, then sync works. Even if I drop files in the Test5 folder on desktop (which "go" through the junction). This could be a good workaround, the problem is that this way the Test5 folder on desktop and it's contents doesn't show the sync status on file icons, can't notice which file is under sync. (See attached pic)
- Is this a known bug?
- Is it planned to fix SugarSync to handle directory junctions?
Windows is running on 'Parallels' on OS X 10.5.8. When clicking a file while holding cmd down the right-click menu shows, but without the SugarSync option (Show Versions, Get Public Link etc.). A restart did not help.
I know that folders can be excluded,but how to Exclude files? some file that I had known its name, it is too large,Constantly changing,but useless.
I just installed Sugarsync today. After select the folders that I want to sync, Sugarsync won't start to sync at all.
I choose the folder Documents in my Mac. On site show shows the folder Documents, but completely empty. The file transfer status shows absolutely nothing.
I tried to reinstall but without sucess.
Please someone help me!!!!
OS X 10.8
Whenever my macbook pro wakes from sleep, SugarSync will show as disconnected. If I quit and relaunch SS, it will always connect. I don't run any antivirus, and my OS X firewall has SS added as an exception. SS sometimes disconnects while my computer is running, or crashes altogether and disappears from the menubar. Sometimes when I relaunch, it will ask me for my credentials again, almost like it's a new install. I've never seen this behavior before a few weeks ago (been using SS for years). I created a support ticket weeks ago, sent my logs, but have not been provided any solutions.