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[Risolto] Nascondere partizioni/hard disk dalla scrivania

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Ciao a tutti,

sto cercando un software che mi permetta di dire quali partizioni/hard disk montare sulla scrivania all'avvio di Mountain Lion. Per l'esattezza ho una partizione di installazione di ML (chiamata "Mac OS X Base System") e la partizione creata da Windows 7 in fase di installazione ("System Reserved"); la prima delle due, oltretutto, ad ogni avvio del sistema si apre in automatico creandomi non pochi fastidi.


Purtroppo da Finder non posso selezionare cosa montare poiché mi costringe a montare tutto.


Un saluto,


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fico. Non sapevo che Onyx permesse di disattivare selettivamente alcune partizioni dall'essere montate all'avvio. Buono a sapersi (ad esempio per la partizione di ripristino di Windows quando si installa OSX su un computer pre-assemblato di marca).


Grazie per la dritta Alex ;)



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