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FAT 32 format HD from a Mackie D8B mixer
« on: June 13, 2024, 04:36:19 AM »

Hi all, Im scratching my head a bit.
I have a  drive from a 1998 Mackie D8B digital mixer, that may or may not have issues. Apparently these are formatted in FAT32  Ive installed the drive in the G4 under 9.2 and the the machine boots but the extra drive does not show up on the desktop. It shows up on the sytem profiler and shows amount of disk space serial number etc.
 Ive never tried to do this before so am a bit out of my depth. How can i mount the disk without partitioning it or reformatting it? Im hoping to add files to it and see if it sorts out a boot issue.

Please excuse my ignorance as its probably obvious, but its not soomething Ive ever tried to do. Many thanks
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