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Old 12-03-2007, 01:15 AM
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no mountable file systems - error opening sparseimage file

I did a superduper backup to a volume mounted on an Win2k server (long story!), and it backed up just fine. Now I find myself needing a file from said backup, and when I try to open or mount the sparseimage file, I consistently get the error "no mountable filesystems"

I tried this fix, I found on MacFuse:

$ cd /Volumes/temp/
$ com_apple_hdid_kernel=1 open foo.sparseimage

with the same error result.

Does anyone have any other suggestions?

Cheers!
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