Question about Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
The jumper on the back of the drive is probably in the wrong spot. Look at where the jumper is on your current drive. I ran into this working the other way, taking a mac drive & formatting for windows. Had to remove the jumper completely & then it was seen as a normal drive. Mac setup is alot different then just tossing a drive in. For personal assistance I reccomend you to my Mac guy,Kevin. Email; him at firstname.lastname@example.org , I'm positive he can get you straight quick. Just tell him Pete sent ya.
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