|Sep 1, 2013, 04:18 PM||#1|
New MacMini 2012 Fusion problem. No SSD in Disk utiliby
Hello all. I just pruchased a brand new MacMini 2012 with Mountain Lion. I want to install a SSD and fusion with the 1TB HDD. I got the 500GB Samsung 840.
I installed the SSD to the 2nd bay using OWC kit, and kept the original 1TB HDD in the original connector. However, disk utility is not seeing the SSD. QUESTIONS ARE:
1) How do I format the SSD or make it appear in Disk utility? Is there any application I can use? Its probably in a NTFS format, but nothing is appearing for me in dik utiliyt.
2) Now we are at it, do I need to put the SSD in the primary connecter in order to fusion it? I could swap the sata connectors.
|Sep 1, 2013, 04:22 PM||#2|
Even if the SSD would be already formatted, normally new bare drives come unformatted when bought new, it would show up in Disk Utility, thus either a connection is loose (check or put the SSD into a USB enclosure) or it may be DOA.
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