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Eject/"uneject" HD?


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Hello,

Two questions:

1. If my Time Machine HD (Iomega) (iMAC/Leopard)is plugged into a switched outlet on a power strip is it wrong to shut it down without ejecting it first? (That's too much work.)

2. How do you "uneject" a connected HD (Firewire/Iomega/iMAC/Leopard) if it has been ejected?

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Richard Garcia
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2. How do you "uneject" a connected HD (Firewire/Iomega/iMAC/Leopard) if it has been ejected?
Use disk utility to mount it.
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