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What did you have to do to mount the hard drive via the SATA/USB adaptor when you tested it? I helped a relative with a similar problem recently, and it turned out her external hard drive enclosure's built-in SATA/USB adaptor had a proprietary password protection mechanism (it was a WD My Book) that required proprietary software be installed on the Mac that ...
In explorer, right click on "Libraries" (in the left column) and select "restore default libraries" (originally suggested by Moab in a comment)
I was having the same issue. As long as you have the backup.001 control.001 and so on you can use DOSbox to restore. Works lovely. mount on DOSbox c: and then mount a:, you will specify the paths. then install through DOSbox http://mindprod.com/products4.html#RESTORE use the command restore a: c:\*.* /S <---this last syntax is what can be keeping ...
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