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Old 20 September 2007, 17:38   #2
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Could be a number of things, but you will find a solution.

Check you have installed the OS3.9 FFS filesystem to the RDB of your hard drive. Its version number is greater than the one in 3.1. You can use HDToolBox which comes with the OS to check this.

If you are using OS3.9BB2 (which I think maybe not), then it may be that OS version's scsi.device causing the problem. There are threads here on how to skip it.
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