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I can't move ANYTHING onto the hard drive

I have a brand new External 250GB Seagate Hard DRive. I am running OS X 10.3 on a G3 laptop. I have tried to drag and drop all sorts of items and not one thing has been accepted. The universal symbol of a circle with a diagonal line through it (as in NOT ALLOWED) comes up every time I mouse over it. What on earth is the problem here? My spanking new 250GB HD (actually 232GB brand new??) refuses to receive data - making it useless and me angry. Please help...

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In order to properly access the full capacity of an ATA interface hard drive or partition larger than 137GB and properly support 48-bit logical block addressing, Windows XP Service Pack 1 or Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 are required. This issue does not affect SCSI hard drives. Your os x10.3 is not compatible:)

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