|Nov 15, 2012, 01:31 PM||#1|
How to use new boot drive and ignore/erase old one
so I purchased a new SSD a couple of weeks ago for my boot drive, and with my luck it was defective. So I requested a replacement and I have cloned the old boot drive onto the new one (the replacement).
Because I have to send the defective SSD the back, I am trying to erase the content on it, however disk utility wont let me do it thinking it is still the main boot drive.
So basically, I currently have two boot drives, and I want to erase the partition on the defective SSD. I have set the new SSD as the startup disk but that didn't help.
Is there another way to tell OS X that the new SSD is the boot drive that matters so I can delete the old one?
Thanks for your help and sorry if what I described doesn't make sense lol.
Mac Pro 2010 3.33Ghz Hexacore, ATI Radeon HD 5780, 120gb SSD + 1TB HDD, 12gb RAM + 27" ACD;
iMac 7,1; Macbook Pro (2008); Apple iPod 20 GB White (4th Generation). Proud Mac User Since 1992
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