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Old 07-15-2008, 04:41 AM
istara istara is offline
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Question Help: I cannot see my back-up drive

My MacBook Pro bricked this morning so I am currently using my friend's MacBook. I did a SuperDuper back up last night before the bricking (yay for regular backing up) however when I plug the external drive into the MacBook, I can't see the partition that SuperDuper uses.

If this is to be expected between different types of Mac then fine. However I am a little anxious because the new MacBook Pro I have ordered will obviously be a later model than the former one. Will it be able to see the SuperDuper partition?

The external drive is working fine, because I can mount its general files partition. It's just the part that SuperDuper uses that I can't see.


EDIT: further to the above, when I run Disk Utility I can see the SuperDuper partition but it is greyed out. When I run a Verify on it I get "invalid sibling link".

Last edited by istara; 07-15-2008 at 05:00 AM. Reason: More information
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