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Old Jun 28th, 2003, 05:47 PM   #1
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when apple says that a mac does not support target disk mode, does that mean that the mac in question cannot boot into target disk mode, or it cannot mount a mac that is booted into target disk mode, or both?

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i have a summer 2000 imac dv se. i just got a new 12" powerbook. can i boot the albook into target disk mode and mount it onto the imac?
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Try this plug a fw cable from the turned on iMac into the turned off book. Then restart the book in disk mode.
see what happens , if all is well the book drive will pop up on the Mac finder.
that's about all you can do is try.
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