...and if i try to add another user my finder crashes... so i need to remove that unknown user and add admin not using finder .. anyone could help ?
Same thing here...I actually went through the Terminal commands I posted earlier - see above - and, nothing... I actually do think that I have Admin rights on my computer, otherwise I couldn't do anything on it without being constantly asked for Admin password - which I am not being asked. It leads me to believe that there is some incompatibility with the Olympus Master 2 software, for no other reason that it crashes when I try to delete that "unknown" access (on "info" of Master 2), or try to add another user (hoping that I could add another Admin).
I did send an email to Olympus about that, and the answer was that it had to do with the Apple new OS, not an Olympus software issue. I was suggested to take the issue up with Apple...Fat chance of that happening...
So, as I see it, there's going to be a while until some Apple OS revision fixes that problem, and I can't imagine Olympus taking care of that soon either. I don't actually use Master 2 software, I only need it to upgrade the firmware on my E510 from 1.0 to 1.1. It's not that big of an issue, since 1.1 doesn't add any earth-shattering features, but, nevertheless, it's not good enough, since I expect to be able to have the latest updates on my equipment, if that's what I want.
The only three practical solutions I see a the moment are these:
1. Update the firmware via Windows, meaning a well-intentioned friend that might accept installing momentarily the software on his PC so that you can perform the firmware upgrade (unlikely, as many PC owners are really skeptical of "messing-up" with their OS...).
2. Try to see whether the shop where you bought the camera can do this for you. Not a practical solution since servicing means sending the camera to Olympus: ZZzzzzz....
3. Wait until Apple releases some software update that addresses the Admin issue. Talking about that, I seem to remember reading that only those who performed and UPGRADE from 10.4.10 --> 10.5 (Leopard) are affected. In other words, if you installed Leopard by doing a CLEAN INSTALL, the problem is not present. Can anybody confirm this?...