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Check the device status and the USB status. (I know how to do this in Windows but forget the Mac specifics.)
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (we recently had a Windows computer that suddenly wouldn't correctly identify any device on the USB ports. On that laptop, we had to pull the battery and disconnect the charger to clear the USB error.)
Go to system preferences then to network on the network configuration that is working go to location and then click and scroll down to edit locations click on the gear wheel icon and rename the location to e.g. home or work. Then apply
Then at the bottom left hand corner click on the plus sign and then setup say your wireless network (or as apple calls it airport and once this is done rename that location to what you prefer.
Give your mac a few moments to wake up before you try to connect iDisk.
If this didn't solve your problem
1. From the Apple menu, choose Log Out. 2. Log back in. 3. Try to connect to your iDisk. 4. If the issue persists, restart your computer.
You should now be able to connect to your iDisk. However, if the issue persists, follow these additional steps: 1. Open System Preferences. 2. Click MobileMe. 3. Click Sign Out. Note: This will unregister your computer from syncing with MobileMe, and disable iDisk Syncing if it is enabled. 4. Retype your MobileMe account name and password. 5. Connect to your iDisk.
If your computer ejects the Mac OS X 10.4 Installation DVD, it means that there's a good chance that your Mac doesn't have an Apple internal DVD drive or an Apple SuperDrive, you'll need Mac OS X 10.4 Install CDs.
If your mac is unable to read the CD or ejects it also, there's something wrong with your DVD\CD drive.