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    Network Drive doesnt mount, please help!!!
    Hi All,

    After I upgraded to Leopard recently, the external HDD connected to my airport extreme base station doesnt mount at all. I had been using it flawlessly before the OS upgrade. Could anyone help or anyone has the similar issue?


    Mark
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    Thanks for your advise.

    The issue is nothing related to the Time Machine. I just need to mount the external drive via my extreme base station in order to share files and stuff.

    Anyone pls help.

    Mark
    Macbook Pro 15" 2.16GZ 2MB Ram
    Macbook 13" 2.16GZ 2MB Ram

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    I got a similar problem. It works only with freshly installed Airport Utility. But as soon as I log out and log in the disk disappears forever.

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    Finder>Preferences>General>

    For some reason the default install does not have the drive mounted on the desktop. Not too sure if that's what you were asking.

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    Thats not what he is asking, I don't think.... there have been several issues with not being able to access the network drive through Finder even though it is visible after a shut down and restart. Relaunching Finder fixes the issue. I haven't found a fix yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear Hunter View Post
    Thats not what he is asking, I don't think.... there have been several issues with not being able to access the network drive through Finder even though it is visible after a shut down and restart. Relaunching Finder fixes the issue. I haven't found a fix yet.
    I am sure it is some kind of bugs of the new OS.
    Hope there is a update soon to rectify this issue.
    Macbook Pro 15" 2.16GZ 2MB Ram
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    Yes, I'm sure it is an OS bug.

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