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Old 02-14-2008, 06:50 PM
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SeaGate External Hardrive: Is it bootable?

I have been using superduper for a long time to clone my Imac G5 and Ibook G4. Neither hard drive ever failed - luckily. Now that I am going to upgrade my G5 to Leopard, they suggested making my clone (like I always do) and CHECK it it works. I tried to boot from it to check -- holding down the option/alt button but the drive option does NOT come up. I have a Lacie that I do the same thing from and it comes up. Have I been making a clone on a seagate thinking it was working but in reality, it won't boot? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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