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Hi, im new to Mac and have an ibook G4 running 10.3.5. When i first got it i had a trial account with .mac and had the idisk icon in finder under the network icon. I deleted it when i thought i wouldn't use it but i need it back. Is this possible? Thanks in advance.
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Click on your desktop so at the top bar has the finder active

Go to Finder -> Preferences

Click the Sidebar button and check the iDisk button again

Don't forget to use the new User Reputation System
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Hi, thanks, but i already tried that and its already ticked. any other suggestions??
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The only ways I can imagine would be to make an alias next time you mount an idisk, or copy the network one, then copy and paste a mounted idisks icon onto it and rename it. then repair permissions.:mac:
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