[Solved] The operation can’t be completed because an unexpected error occurred
Mac is a very advanced and reliable operating system. You can do many things with the help of its applications and functions. But sometimes it gives you some very strange error issue that makes you so annoying. Mac computer has a big storage place but sometimes you need to copy some files from the Mac hard drive to an external hard drive. While you try to copy the file you may get “The operation can’t be completed because an unexpected error occurred”. This is not a common error message. Prompting of this error message can destroy the entire data that you have in your Mac computer. So it is very important to fix the issue as soon as possible to avoid such a situation. You can use MacKeeper tool to fix this type of issue automatically.
The most probable cause for the prompting of this error is the corruption in the external hard drive or the corruption in the files that you are copying. Due to this reason you may get “The operation can’t be completed because an unexpected error occurred”. Other reasons may be the missing of the location where you want to copy the files and outdated or old version of Mac OS.
How to fix this issue –
- First of all quit all the application.
- Go to finder menu and hold down alt/option to reveal the library.
- Click on it and look for the preferences.
- Open preference and find the com.apple.finder.plist and the lockfile.
- Drag them out of the desktop.
- After creating a copy file you can restart your Mac.
With the help of this manual method you can fix “The operation can’t be completed because an unexpected error occurred”. But you should keep it in your mind that this is only a manual method that requires a deep technical knowledge. So you should use MacKeeper tool to fix this issue automatically.
By using the MacKeeper tool you can resolve the whole issue of the Mac errors automatically and efficiently. You can also fix the virus problems in your Mac with the help of this tool and optimize the performance of the OS incredibly.