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Make sure the security lock on the front panel of the Xserve is not engaged. If the server is locked (using an allen key) it will simply refuse to accept any disk in the slot load and eject it, assuming you are trying to insert a 'malicious' disk when the sysadmin has protected it.
As the saying goes: "The difference between RAID 1 and RAID 0 is that the zero stands for how many files you're going to have after a hard disk failure." Putting your 320 GB hard drive and your 120 GB SSD will allow you to share the space in between the two drives, but the risk in doing so is that you may have a failure at some point that makes your data ...
It depends on your Macbook Pro. I have first hand experience in this area regarding Apple's policies (many times). The rule of thumb is: if the part is "user replaceable" then you can change it out yourself. If it is not, or if you damage your system while performing the upgrade, then it technically voids your warranty. Your MBP's manual will list the ...
I have installed the second hdd caddy, my both drives are convensional spining drives right now and I am having twice as slow bootups on osx. Maybe it is looking for the optical drive or my second hdd still keeps its master boot data and thus it is making a little trouble while booting up. any ideas will be appreciated. thanks
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