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Old 10-19-2005, 02:03 PM
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Originally Posted by dnanian
Alas, I don't have any experience with that particular drive, but it seems quite likely that's the problem. What I'd suggest is trying to install Tiger on it directly. If that simple install boots, we should be able to create a bootable copy, too. (I'm guessing it won't.)
Hmmm, that rather makes me bewildered... In reality
I've run my server with OSX 10.4.2 on this HDD case
for about 2 months. I remembered that right after I
updated the OS from Panther to Tiger my server had
same trouble, but once I forced reboot by ctrl+command+power,
it start to boot up correctly, and keeps on working.
Then I bought new HDD case for the server, and divert
this to my iBook backup drive...

That is, the drive case is not (at least the only) matter...?
I should consider the problem more closely. I will try if
NVRAM reset might works. Arigato Dave.
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