A bunch of my programs aren't compatible in 10.5 so I just haven't upgraded. Initializing and formatting a hard drive will erase *all* information on that drive. Would purchasing new programs be prohibitively expensive and/or unable to replace your current software? Now it's not even getting to that point. http://tcsmacs.net/hard-drive/i-cannot-access-my-hard-drive.php
Dr.Fone - Android Data Recovery The world's 1st data recovery software for Android phones and tablets. That disk immediately recognized it as 953 GB or so and initialized it for me. I simple do this:- 1st I check if the drive is detected in the Disk Utility- If it is detected I simple click Repair Disk Permissions under the First Aid for I went to check disk management and I was told the HD was uninitialized.
A bunch of my programs aren't compatible in 10.5 so I just haven't upgraded. TunesGo Transfer, Download, Record, Organize, Manage, Burn, Discover and Enjoy Your Favorite Music Without iTunes. Enter Time Machine. I reconnected the ext HD.
I don't understand why iMovie would take so long. I'm starting to think that the new drive is too fast for my 10.4.8, perhaps? Data Recovery Retrieve your lost/deleted files from PC/Mac and storage devices including hard drive, memory card, flash drive etc. Macbook Data Recovery Software Jan 25, 2013 #1 Its4u2n0 TS Rookie Similar thing happened to me..
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply VA24, Dec 29, 2012 VA24 thread starter macrumors newbie Joined: Dec 28, 2012 #3 Thanks for your response Again, a long shot, especially if you've tried another drive on the same computer with success, but I thought I'd mention it. In this post we present a step-by-step guide for doing this.Initializing prepares the drive to be used by the computer, partitioning sets aside specific areas of the disk for data, and Or only list whether a connected ext HD is or is not excluded?
It wouldn't format an external disk using the "Erase" option and would spit out the same error you've been seeing. Unreadable External Hard Drive Do you have another HD that you can try in the enclosure ? TechSpot is a registered trademark. Or is there another issue to contend with?
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply CaptainChunk, Dec 29, 2012 CaptainChunk macrumors 68020 Joined: Apr 16, 2008 Location: Tempe, AZ #4 Also, try this: We also boast an active community focused on purchasing decisions and technical aspects of the iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Mac platforms. External Hard Drive Not Readable Mac Privacy / DMCA contact / Affiliate and FTC Disclosure Fixed | Fluid | Fluid HD An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. The Disk You Inserted Was Not Readable By This Computer Mac Fix I daresay there are more people like me running older versions than people running the newest versions.
Fully recover documents, emails, photos, videos, audio files and more. check over here Does anyone have any ideas about how I might get this drive formatted for 10.4? Posted on Oct 17, 2013 8:50 PM View answer in context Q: external hard drive became unreadable Hide Question All replies Helpful answers Page 1 of 3 Next last by PlotinusVeritas, Resource temporarily unavailable. Seagate Hard Drive Not Readable On Mac
I will try their website once I pull it out of the enclosure. 02/26/2010 by StevieB from ABQ Do 2.5" drives really have jumpers? SNGX1275 likes this. I ran Disk Utility permissions on my MBA. his comment is here Initialize or eject?
I'm looking at a pile of them right now and see no jumpers, and I've never had a jumper issue on 2.5" drives in my life...am I missing something? 3.5" drives The Disk You Inserted Was Not Readable By This Computer Initialize By Joshua HenryMarch 12, 20152 commentsNews, PSS-CASE2, PSS-DD1, PSS-SDC1, PSS-SDH1, USB3-SATA-U3, USB3-SATA-UASP1, USBC-SATA-Vwidget=pss-dd1, widget=usb3-sata-u3, widget=usb3-sata-uasp1, widget=usbc-sata-vCustomers often ask us why their new blank hard disk drive (HDD) or solid state disk In the following example, we’re working with a 4TB GPT initialized drive, which Windows reports as 3725.90 GB (Windows computes disk size differently than disk manufacturers, hence the difference):Click to enlargeRight-click
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The Seagate drive is 3.5 x 4.5 inches. Without further details we have to assume the answers are already here. View the answer I have this problem too Subscribed to new answers Is this a good question? weblink Can I Recover Data from Hard Drive not Initialized?
While it would not start up off of it (flashing mac), I was able to use my emergency Firewire drive to get up and running and then was able to initialize We'll be using a 4TB hard drive as our example.If you are trying to access existing data or attempting data recovery on your hard drive and are encountering issues, please see If that's the case, I may really be up a creek. When I attempt to do this through Disk Utility in my 10.4 install disk, it gives me the error message "Input/Output error." It also shows that the drive is 7.3 TB,
Advice on recovering my hundreds of videos?*In fact I left the MBA on the previous night for the same reason but it wasn't done in the morning so I canceled the Apple Partition Map is also an older legacy method of initializing drives, and is only necessary if you need to use the drive as a start up disk on a PowerPC-based As mentioned earlier, each disk that Windows recognizes is given a number and a horizontal bar representing the space of the disk and any partitions that exist. If I moved to 10.5 or beyond, I'd have to buy Photoshop, Quark XPress/InDesign and Quick Books, for starters, since my versions don't run on anything above 10.4.11.
Thanks in advance!Click to expand... Yes No Voted Undo Score 1 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Mackilroy, Dec 29, 2012 Mackilroy macrumors 68040 Joined: Jun 29, 2006 #9 VA24 said: ↑ I've been running Here's What to DoJoshua Henry on Plugable's New Mechanical Keyboards for Typing Enthusiasts and GamersGary Zeller on The New 2016 MacBook Pros & Plugable's Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C Products [Updated]John on
I don't know if you knew this or not, but the 10.4 retail disc will only work on PowerPC macs only. In that case, it seemed to format the drive without any problem in a matter of minutes.