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You need to format the drives for use You'reYou're going to have to format the drives for use. Get a OS X Snow Leopard DVD, and boot into this. This will give you Disk Utility.
To


To
boot this, hold C or the Option key down, and select the Snow Leopard DVD.
Once


Once
you do this, find Disk Utility. It's under Applications/Utilities. After you load it, wait for it to see the drives. In some cases, it will detect the drives need to be initalized. If it does, initialize them this way. If not, select them manually, and do it that way.
You need to format the drives for use You'reYou're going to have to format the drives for use. Get a OS X Snow Leopard DVD, and boot into this. This will give you Disk Utility.
To


To
boot this, hold C or the Option key down, and select the Snow Leopard DVD.
Once


Once
you do this, find Disk Utility. It's under Applications/Utilities. After you load it, wait for it to see the drives. In some cases, it will detect the drives need to be initalized. If it does, initialize them this way. If not, select them manually, and do it that way.
You want to use Mac OS Extended(Journaled). Don't use anything less then this.

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Testo:

You need to format the drives for use

to do this,
You're going to have to format the drives for use. Get a OS X Snow Leopard DVD, and boot into your master that works

go
this. This will give you Disk Utility.
To boot this, hold C or the Option key down, and select the Snow Leopard DVD.
Once you do this, find Disk Utility. It's under Applications/Utilities. After you load it, wait for it
to utilities in applacations

find disk utility

find
see the drive that needs formatting(one that dosent work)

find erase in disk utility

format
drives. In some cases, it will detect the drives need to be initalized. If it does, initialize them this way. If not, select them manually, and do it that way.
You want
to MACOS extended(journaled)use Mac OS Extended(Journaled). Don't use anything less then this.
You need to format the drives for use

to do this,
You're going to have to format the drives for use. Get a OS X Snow Leopard DVD, and boot into your master that works

go
this. This will give you Disk Utility.
To boot this, hold C or the Option key down, and select the Snow Leopard DVD.
Once you do this, find Disk Utility. It's under Applications/Utilities. After you load it, wait for it
to utilities in applacations

find disk utility

find
see the drive that needs formatting(one that dosent work)

find erase in disk utility

format
drives. In some cases, it will detect the drives need to be initalized. If it does, initialize them this way. If not, select them manually, and do it that way.
You want
to MACOS extended(journaled)use Mac OS Extended(Journaled). Don't use anything less then this.

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Post originale di: Nick ,

Testo:

You need to format the drives for use

to do this, boot into your master that works

go to utilities in applacations

find disk utility

find the drive that needs formatting(one that dosent work)

find erase in disk utility

format it to MACOS extended(journaled)

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