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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 ...


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In explorer, right click on "Libraries" (in the left column) and select "restore default libraries" (originally suggested by Moab in a comment)


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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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