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Old 10-11-2007, 06:45 PM
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Question Mac G4 intermittently boots from backup drive

I've run into this problem a couple of time with my Mac G4 and SuperDuper. I have two internal SATA drives, and, on occasion, the system boots from the backup drive. The setting in System Preferences is correct, although the lock doesn't remain set when I leave and reenter the preference window. I tried renaming the backup drive to zBackup hoping alphanumeric ordering might make a difference, but no go. I also added a switch to the hot wire going to the backup drive, so I could flip it on during or after bootup as a workaround. This works for getting the proper drive to boot, but, so far, I can't see the backup drive on the desktop the couple of times I tried to get it to work. But, in any case, this is only a workaround, and I need a more proper and permanent solution. Would it help to put the backup drive in a USB enclosure? Any other ideas?
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