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Old 07-19-2007, 09:45 PM
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not booting from external drives?

my specs are the following:
OS X 10.4.10
2.4 C2D
2GB ram
I have 2 different external USB drives with Superduper Images that normally boot.
I just got this new computer and just got rid of a 2.33 C2D that died. These 2 machines are nearly identical.
These images would boot from the last gen machine and the internal hard drive could be seen.
On the new machine neither of those scenarios work at all.
The MacBook Pro's hard drive is greyed out in superduper and I cannot get the images to boot at all. It starts to boot then I get the grey power button and forces me into a hard rest.
This happens every single time I try and boot from these images.
Any thoughts? Is there some sort of difference in this new machine that would cause this to happen?
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