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OSX 10.4.10 Driver

I upgraded to OSX 10.4.10 and now my G4 does not recognize my Data Stacker DS60 and Seagate ST373307LW drives. Is this a driver problem? If yes, where can I find the correct driver.

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Re: OSX 10.4.10 Driver


It doesn't appear that there is one current for 10.4.10. If you cannot locate one via contacting tech support, you may need to archive and install, then search the Apple site for the Combo package where it was last working and stable.

Archive and install wil preserve your user settings and preferences, it just installs a new shell over the OS and reverts back.

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