Hello, I have an early 2005 PowerBook G4 15" with 1,67 GHz clock speed which I overhauled a little bit lately. I replaced the internal HD with an IDE SSD (120 GB, connected via an adapter because the SSD itself is MSATA), replaced the optical drive with another SSD I had lying around (Kingston 120 GB), replaced a broken speaker and applied new thermal paste. All these modifications work great in OSX 10.5.8 but as you might know the disk utility of PowerPC Macs is quite limited in comparison to their Intel counterparts (delete, create, resize partitions). That's why I always used an Intel Mac to modify partitions however I can't do that anymore because in Target Disk Mode the primary SSD is not showing up anymore, only the SSD in the Optical Drive Caddy is accesible. I don't use the SSD in the Caddy for the operating system but only for data because the speed is a fraction of what it is on the main SSD. Does anybody of you guys might know what causes this or can propose a solution? The only workaraound so far is to unscrew the PowerBook, take the SSD out and connect it via an PATA/Ide USB reading device but even though this is done in 10 minutes it's still annoying because it could have been done with simply connection one FireWire-Port. Before I put in the SSD in the Caddy the main SSD showed up but I don't know why Target Disk Mode seems to neglect the primary SSD when even booting from the disk works without any problems. Any help is kindly appreaciated. Best regards.