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Hi all, sorry 4 my bad English


I've searched everywhere for a solution to this problem, and now I'm trying to edit the /etc/fstab file:


sudo nano -w /etc/fstab



LABEL=Leonard none hsf ro,noauto
 UUID=B7467D5F-49A0-3FCA-9420-6CD2F5AEE2AC none hsf ro,noauto
 LABEL=WinXP none ntfs ro,noauto

The 1st and the 2nd entries are the same partition but I tried both the methods... Many macusers notified that trick as functional, obviusly not on my mac...


Here you are my disks partition scheme (1st internal HD, 2nd FireWire device)


diskutil list
	#:				   type name			   size	  identifier
	0:  GUID_partition_scheme					*111.8 GB disk0
	1:					EFI					200.0 MB  disk0s1
	2:			  Apple_HFS Macintosh HD	   84.0 GB   disk0s2
	3:   Microsoft Basic Data WinXP			  27.5 GB   disk0s3
	#:				   type name			   size	  identifier
	0:  GUID_partition_scheme					*465.8 GB disk1
	1:					EFI					200.0 MB  disk1s1
	2:			  Apple_HFS Leonard			43.2 GB   disk1s2
	3:   Microsoft Basic Data My Book			422.2 GB  disk1s3

I'm running Tiger 10.4.11 on MBP 15" santa rosa

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