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Old Oct 14, 2011, 07:53 AM   #1
vanamiller
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IDisk vanishes from local drives with change to Icloud

I always kept a copy of my IDisk info on my computers as well as on MobileMe. That way all my data was synched between my laptop and desktop, and available on my IPhone. When I upgraded to ICloud, the idisk on both the laptop and desktop disappeared. It took me hours to download the files 1 directory at a time and recreate them on my laptop and desktop. Now I have to find a new way to coordinate this information! UGH!!! Van
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Old Oct 15, 2011, 03:23 PM   #2
pgardella
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Missing iDisk not gone

The icon for the iDisk is no longer there, but you can still get to it by clicking on :

1) "Go" menu in Finder
2) "Go to Folder" menu item
3) Type in "/Volumes/iDisk/"

And you are there.
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