Which brings along my second question: will any drive do? ie ATA/66, ATA/100, size limits, etc...Originally posted by mischief
iMac rev D's require that if you are installing OS X that you create a partition of less than 8GB for OS X due to limitations between OS X and the motherboard. This is also true of Beige G3's.
Mac's do not support certain drive address jumper settings (cable-select setting) and of course the CD ROM and HD must have different addresses.
Yes. Any ATA drive of ATA-66 or faster, it will scale down to the speed of the controller.Originally posted by whocares
Which brings along my second question: will any drive do? ie ATA/66, ATA/100, size limits, etc...
I take it I'll just need one partition under 8 gig, the other partition(s) being unlimited?
Thanks for the help,