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Apple Desktops Discussion of Apple's desktop machines including Mac Pro, iMac, Power Mac, and mini

Locating which drive in which bay on quad core.

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Hey all,

New to the forums. Quick question. Tring to see which drives are in which bay in my 2009 Mac Pro without removing the drives. I have done it before but can't seem to find it under system profiler.

Any one know?

Thanks in advance,

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For some reason Disk Utility wasn't showing the bays. ?

It is now but was wondering if the drive bays should be listed under
system profiler as well?
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