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OS 10.5 - eSATA PCI card doesn't work with 10.5?


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I just tried to use a LaCie 2 port eSATA PCI card in my Dual 2Gig with my external (3.5" in an enclosure) Seagate drive. I've been reading in multiple forums around that the Leopard is having compatibility issues with external drives and the PCI card. Since LaCie doesn't develop drivers for the Mac... its all on Apple's shoulders. Any suggestions out there? Do I have to wait for the next update or should I just return the card?

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