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Network Drive doesnt mount, please help!!!


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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?


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this should fix the issue

http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/26160/tm-manager
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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.

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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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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.

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Yes, I'm sure it is an OS bug.
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