new SD clone not in start-up disks
About to upgrade to Snow Leopard, so I duped my start up disk to a USB2 disk in case Snow Leopard goes haywire.
All of the SD status indicators, including Make Bootable, were green at the end of the process.
But when I restarted (for good luck!) and plugged in the USB2 disk, it doesn't appear in the start up disk window.
FWIW it was originally a MSDOS FAT disk that I reformatted to HFS+ journaled using Disk Tools.
Also, Disk Tools shows the disk partition map scheme as master boot record...
I figured SD would take care of all the permissions and other issues so the disk would be a valid start up disk, am I missing something?
Thanks in advance!
Last edited by firstname.lastname@example.org; 09-04-2009 at 05:25 PM.
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