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    mac Noob, needs help with finder!

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    mac Noob, needs help with finder!
    hey guys, so i am brand new to apple, i just baught an iphone 4 in the summer, and a few weeks ago an imac! I gotta say i can't be happier. i've been using windows ever since it came out, and was a hardcore windows fan. Finally i realized how much windows SUCKS so i baught a mac, ha ha!

    anyways, the problem i have is, when you're in finder, and eject an external drive, how do you reconnect it without unplugging and plugging back in the usb??? i've looked on these forums here, but couldn't find exactly what i was looking for, so if anyone could help that would be great.

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    mac Noob, needs help with finder!
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    Next option is to open Disk Utility - right click on the partition in the left side bar and select 'Mount ...'
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