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I open my hard drive on leopard and now I have a device called (idisk) which is associated with mobile me? How do i remove BOTH of these from my computer?

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Well melow71 don't think you can. Got it also in a Software Update withoput asking which I believe is very wrong of Apple, or as other in Apple Discussion describe it, bogusware.

Here is a link for good reading but not much else. Appears there is no way to remove from our Macs:-

http://discussions.apple.com/thread....35203&tstart=0
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this is absurd, I am really surprised by this action. I don't want to use this software yet I am unable to remove it from my computer without harming the itunes software. This feels more and more like windows than it should.

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The iDisk and .Mac (MobileMe now) have always been built into OS X. Just click and drag it out of the Finder side bar and it will go away.

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To turn off iDisk:

1. Open Preferences and then Mobile Me.
2. Click on iDisk and choose STOP at the bottom of the screen.
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