In article <0001HW.BB60DCF800006BDF00C38C30news.individual.n et>,
DaveC <dave-usenet3016mailblocks.com> wrote:
No, that is not correct. I just re-installed OS X on my machine without> My hard drive corrupted. I've fixed the directory using Disk Warrior. DW now
> says the drive is OK.
> But it won't boot.
> Is it true that I can't re-install OS X without initializing the drive?
initializing the drive, actually. You may wish to re-initialize the
drive before re-installing, and if you have your work backed up, the
only cost to such a plan would be the extra time. In short, you may do
it either way.
> PowerBook G3/400; OS X 10.2.6 (and classic 9.2.2 installed)
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Remove the non place-name reply. Indiana is a place-name.