Airport Disk Oddness

Discussion in 'macOS' started by VictoryHighway, Jun 22, 2008.

  1. VictoryHighway macrumors member

    VictoryHighway

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    Greetings,
    I've recently bought myself a Mac, so I am now part of the Apple camp. So far, I've been very impressed with the hardware and the operating system (after vowing NEVER to use Vista).

    However, recently I've noticed something odd with my Airport Disk (I've been using the Airport Extreme base station for a while). When I first set up my new computer, the Finder displayed an airport extreme icon in the sidebar to indicate my Airport Extreme base station. When I installed V5.3.2 of the Airport Utility, the Finder now displays a generic "Mac Server" icon for the AEBS. What's even stranger is that it also displays a second "PC Server" icon for the AEBS with an abbreviated version of the hostname assigned to my AEBS on the network. Is there any way that I can fix this so that the AEBS is correctly detected as an AEBS or can I roll-back to V5.3.1 of Airport Utility? I'm running Leopard, by I haven't yet set up time machine. I know, my bad.

    Regards,
    Geoffrey
     
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    VictoryHighway

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