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My Lacie Rikiki 500GB works perfectly on our new Table-MAC but when I try to connect it to my Powerbook G4 it just starts beeping - bleep bleep bleep - and nothing happens. I tried it with a longer USB Connection cable and with the original one, but it doesn't seem to mather... Thanks for your help

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I have the same problem with my powerbook G4!!
do you allready haver a solution? i think the power is just not enough!

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