This is a known bug, discovered about 8 hours after 1.1.0(25) was released.
QRecall has some overly zealous internal consistency checks that are causing the capture to fail if you have items with extended attributes that contain no data. QRecall (read "me") just didn't expect that to happen.
1) Download the 1.1.0(26) disk image http://www.qrecall.com/release/QRecall_1.1.0b26.dmg 2) Open your Applications folder
3) Drag the old QRecall to the trash
4) Open the disk image and drag the new QRecall into the Applications folder
5) Open the new QRecall in the Applications folder.
Please let me know if you have any problems. I've had one report of installation errors when upgrading manually from 1.1.0(25) to 1.1.0(26).
If you do have upgrade issues, try uninstalling QRecall (Hold down Shift+Option and choose QRecall > Quit and Uninstall). Then launch QRecall again, go to the Preferences, and reauthorize.
Hansen Teidee wrote:the capture-process keeps on breaking up. dont kwow by what its caused.
Hannes, thanks for posting your log files.
What I see are bunch of I/O and data integrity errors. This usually indicates one of three problems:
1) The volume the archive is has a corrupted directory structure.
2) The hard drive is losing data.
3) You have RAM or data transfer problems.
The first problem is easy to check and fix. Use Disk Utility to repair the volume. If problems are found, and fixed, then repair your QRecall archive and go back to taking backups. That's probably all it was.
The second and third problems are more difficult to isolate. I'm not aware of any utilities that will fill an entire drive with test data and then verify it. I've considered creating one myself. This is what you really need to detect problem 2.
There are a number of utilities that will perform RAM tests. TechTool Deluxe that is included with most AppleCare plans should be sufficient. The Integrity utility by Intech will do a good job of detecting data transfer or firmware problems between your computer and drive.