[iBook] DiskWarrior Not Being Read By iBook

James Paul Manley jesus.is.healing.my.cancer at gmail.com
Wed Sep 27 08:54:23 PDT 2006

Just make it your start-up disk in System Prefs.
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On Sep 27, 2006, at 9:43 AM, Fred Stevens K2FRD wrote:

> At 6:55 AM -0400 27/9/06, Mark Kippert wrote:
>> The "C" key tells the computer to start up the internal optical  
>> drive. This
>> doesn't work with an external device.
>> Try holding down the Option key at startup. You'll come to a  
>> screen that
>> will allow you to select from any available bootable volume  
>> (internal or
>> FireWire external). At that screen click the volume's icon you  
>> want to boot
>> from and click the continue arrow.
> I knew that :-[ :-D . Must be how I got it to work before. My  
> Alzheimer's must be kicking in again.
> Many thanks, Mark! It worked splendidly.
> Fred
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