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The matter is this: I have 3 HDDs (2 IDE and 1 SATAII, on which MacOS is installed). I installed iAtkos v7, and finally almost everything is working properly. Why "almost"? I managed to get the system to recognize the one that's connected to the onboard IDE (I haven't been able to make it recognize the PCI IDE controller...). That drive has 2 NTFS partitions. My problem is the following... there're two folders that appear in MacOS as "alias", and I cannot access them. Funny thing, I can access them perfectly from Ubuntu Linux and, of course, Windows XP. Can anyone help me with this? D:
W-Tiggeh replied to Oxtie's topic in ArchiveQuestion: I'm under iAtkos V7, and I definitely miss the control panel that's present in Windows. Plus, the "kX Manager" application in Applications/Utilities is totally useless.. it's an almost empty window, the only thing present being a "Reset E-DSP" button. Besides that, I'm amazed that my card (SB Live 5.1 Digital Studio) worked right after installing the drivers =D EDIT: Read the FAQ, and there it says that "kX Manager does nothing" xD