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Hangs at Desktop-Cant use Pismo!!!!!
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Mar 25, 2002, 12:50 AM
 
When I replaced my internal drive I partitioned it and in doing so I accidentally split it up to 3 drives instead of 2. However this third drive was only 32 mb and could not mount. I couldnít format it or anything and when my computer booted it would ask me to format it but it wouldnít format!! I didnít repartition it and just disregarded this inconvenience. A few days ago I was using OSX and was exploring the utilities. I opened disk utility and realized that it let me format this drive. I thought what the heck it will be a 32 mb drive but at least it wont bother me every time at startup. So i formatted it and I rebooted into OS9. It booted fine but hung (busy watch) right after it mounted all the drives. I left it alone and after 20 min it still didnít go away. I deleted the Appleshare PDS and there are no servers in my system folder. I booted up with extensions off and with the base set and it still hangs. This leads me to believe that it is not a system software problem but disk drivers or some other issue. What should I do? Any help is appreciated.
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