|Mar 29, 2008, 04:50 PM||#1|
TC HDD does not mount on startup
I've done a search on this and have gotten nowhere with this. I'm having the issue where the Time Capsule hard drive doesn't mount when I start up my MBP. The only way I can mount it is manually or by adding it to the login items in my Accounts Prefs, and although that works, I really dislike having that finder window pop up every time I turn my computer on. From what I've read online, I'm under the impression that the TC volume is supposed to mount automatically on startup, yet no matter what I try it still requires a manual mount and TM won't back up unless it is mounted. Can any other TC users confirm that it IS supposed to mount on startup? And if so, was there anything special that you had to do to enable it? Thanks...
17" 2.6 GHz Penryn MBP
Collector's Edition 2.4 GHz Alu MB
Time Capsule 2TB (1st Gen); Apple TV 160GB; iPhone 5S 64GB; iPod Video 30GB
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