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Old Feb 4, 2013, 07:43 AM   #1
wurmz
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Unhappy DiskUtility: "MediaKit reports driver bundle not found."

Hi!


So recently i wanted to reformat my 2TB external hard drive to Mac OS Extended (from NTFS), but it doesn't work. Now i cannot even read it, which is worse. I didn't lose any information as i have it all backed up, but i now don't have a backup of the backup since i cannot get this big guy to reformat and it is unreadable. When i try to "Erase" as calls it, this error appears (MediaKit reports driver bundle not found. -- see snapshot).

I tried it with my 16gb thumb drive, and it doesn't work either. I recently formatted my 16gb thumb drive (about a month ago, or less) and it worked fine. But now i can't do it.


Thanks for helping!!

Ps: if this post is in the wrong section, please move it (and sorry!)
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