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I have bought a Macbook Air (with Lion) but I am not able to find the Devices section in Finder. I want to see my HD in Finder. I just explored Disk Utility and found that there 120GB hdd named HD Macintosh. How can I see that in Finder?

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Don't you see it in a Finder window when you press ⌘⇧C (or Go → Computer)? Also, what is the output of ls -l@ /Volumes? – slhck Mar 5 '12 at 18:25
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You may just need to enable viewing of external drives in the Sidebar. You can do this by:

  1. Open a new Finder window.

  2. Go to the menu Finder → Preferences or type + , .

  3. Go to the Sidebar section.

  4. Make sure that External disks is fully checked:

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