Hey guys, I currently do CMD + K in Finder to connect to my Windows computer to be able to browse and use its network shares (i.e. smb://MyPC). It works fine, but sometimes when I click on it, maybe after having the MacBook go to sleep, it sits there loading and it stays that way, it doesn't show the list of shares anymore. What I want to do is obviously unmount the 'computer' (I know I didn't mount the computer, but how else can I say it) so that I can re-connect using the same method. I click on the eject button on the left, but then it says that:
A disk on "MyPC" is in use and could not be ejected.
Try quitting applications and try again.
The only way I have managed to get this to work again is by restarting my MacBook, but that should not be necessary. I already tried disconnecting my internet (Turning Airport Off, then back on) but it does not do anything. I'm wondering if perhaps there is a terminal command or something I can do to force this to be off.
And no, I am not running anything that is using anything from the network shares, unless for some reason, an application I was using earlier and quit did not 'give the handle back', and I doubt this is the case, but if it is, is there also a terminal command to see if any program is accessing/using any file/folder at a certain path?
Hope I can get this fixed, I would appreciate any help. Gotta go and restart my MacBook now :(