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Old 02-15-2007, 04:33 PM
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Question SD can't find source volume... huh ?

I had a TIGER "clone" of my hard drive on a FW.

My mac ( MDD dual 1.25 ) has 4 internal drives. One drive has PANTHER and the remaining 3 internal drives were wiped clean by apple's disk utility.

I used SD to clone/copy from the FW to one of four internal hard drives.

All went smooooth.

I can boot TIGER from the internal hard drive .

Now I want to use SD to do a sandbox thingy.

However when SD is launched from the internal TIGER hard drive SD tells me that it cannot find the source drive.

How do I fix that please?
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Old 02-15-2007, 04:43 PM
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You should be able to simply click "cancel" and pick the proper drive.
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