|Oct 23, 2004, 06:14 PM||#1|
help wanted: flaky partitioned HD
i just got a brand new LaCie external FW HD and it's been acting flaky every since i got it. i wanted to partition it into two, and when i do that using disk utility, many times, one of the two volumes won't mount. instead, i just see a disk ID (i.e. disk1s3) and the voume doesn't mount when the drive is powered up.
in the case it mounts, it also automatically dismounts when i run disk utility to verify the disk...
before someone suggests me to purchase a disk warrior or something (this is a brand new HD, i'm not paying $80 to buy a program to fix it...), does any one know what's going on? this is the same HD i've had problem cloning on because during the process of cloning, there's input/output error on the ext. HD and cloning quits.
|Oct 23, 2004, 06:52 PM||#2|
If it's any consolation, this very same thing happened with our Lacie Big Disk Extreme (320gb FW 800) which, like yours, was partitioned into 2 partitions...
One of the partitions was stupidly unmounted (by me) and nothing I could do with Disk Utility or rebooting could get the damn thing back.
Fortunately, it was blank but I had to back up the other partition onto a Mac and reformat & repartition the drive.
No probs since but I wasn't happy about this and am keeping a beady eye on it. Maybe FW & partitioning just don't go with Lacie HDs... maybe it's a Panther thing...
If anybody has any great ideas, I'll also be keen to know what they are just in case it happens again.
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