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Problems hooking up my Freeagent for Mac


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I'm trying to hook up my new 1000 GB Freeagent for Mac 7200.1 on my MacBook Pro 17" OSX Version 10.5.6. When I used the USB port, my bluetooth items frooze. When I used my firewire port, it didn't show on my desktop.

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