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I took a 40gig western didital HD out of my old compaq. When i put in the mac as a second HD my 9gig being the boot HD it will go the the gray screen with the spining thng at the bottom of the screen spin and then stop and just hang there. The hd was formated for the mac from the fist OSX disk.

Thank you for any help Jonathan
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Ok i got it I was being stupid and still had it on master not slave lol.
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