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Old 11-12-2009, 06:46 AM
Lebensmuede Lebensmuede is offline
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"ER Boot" drives?

I'm faced with an unusual problem since upgrading to SL and I'm not sure whether it is an issue with SD or not. In any case, when I make a clone backup via SuperDuper to my external drive and then try to select it as the boot drive via the Option key at startup, I see two drives, the internal and the external, both with their user-defined icons but lacking their user-defined names and having the generic name "ER Boot" instead. I can boot from said external drive without any problems, but when I try to run DiskWarrior from my external drive I get an error message, presumably b/c DW does not recognize that there are really two different drives or some such.

Like I said, this was never an issue until upgrading to SL. Could it in some way be SD-related?


P.S. What in the world does "ER Boot" mean?
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