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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing

Subject: Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
by LiveForIt on 2013/10/20 15:06:45


Well go in to media toolbox, notice the device your using, find out what your HD unit number in the 3rd column, select Edit “Partition and filesystem” button, find your partition name in first column or lower left corner of the window, disable “Automount”, you don't want that.

So now you have name of your device, the unit number and name of partition.

Start Basilisk II, press “Add” under the Disk tab, a new window pops up, select the “Partition Tab”, select your “device name”, normally Unit is 8 that's always wrong, type the correct unit number from Meda toolbox, write in the partition name from media toolbox.

This partition will be formatted once MacOS finds it, if you have anything on this partition it will be lost.

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