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Old 03-16-2009, 04:21 PM
nickatwork nickatwork is offline
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Hi David,

Thanks for the reply. This is something I checked on already, but perhaps I am misunderstanding the meaning of what I see. If I look at Disk Utility, the partition I want to boot up from containing the SD clone is listed as Mac OS Extended (Journaled). Even if I wanted to change it, the only options under the Partition menu are Mac OS Extended (Journaled) - which it is already, Mac OS Extended [I am assuming that is Unjournaled], Unix File System, or Free Space. Its not like I have any other options. Isn't this already an APM since it is Mac OS Extended format? I don't see how having a MS-DOS formatted partition elsewhere on the drive would affect the Mac partition. Am I missing something here?

Thanks again,
Nick
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