OS X Mavericks :: Macbook Pro Can't See NAS Drive Since Upgrade?

Aug 30, 2014

13" Macbook pro (mid 2010) running Mavericks 10.9.4, Processor  2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, Memory  16 GB 1067 MHz DDR3, Graphics  NVIDIA GeForce 320M 256Mb, Crucial SSD 240Gb, Seagate Goflex Home NAS drive 2TB, Wifi network is BT Infinity. 

Since upgrading to Mavericks, my macbook pro cannot see the Goflex Home drive on the network at all. I am confident that the problem lies within Mavericks as the Goflex Home drive can be accessed perfectly on the same network using my older PowerMac, my iPad and my iPhone. Also, the NAS is accessible via the internet through the Seagate Share facility.

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how I can be able to see my external hard drive? I've been using it before and was able to see it until I upgraded my OS to Mavericks....Now, I cannot find it in the finder but I can see it in the disk utility however, my mac does not allow me to do anything on it...I don't want to reformat coz I have important files in my hard drive...

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Just got my MacBook Air back from a certified Apple repair shop - I'd had maintenance done, including upgrading to Mavericks (10.9.3). Plugged it in, started it up and never got beyond the startup screen - Apple logo and spinning wheel after 5, 8, 10 minutes... 

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Jul 1, 2014

On 6/27 I upgraded from 10.8.x (don't remember which version specifically) to 10.9.3. Since then, my 2012 Macbook Pro has been crashing every 20-90 minutes - a complete crash/reboot. The crashes happen regardless of what apps I'm running - there does not seem to be a particular trigger. Upon rebooting, all of the open apps/windows reload and I get the standard "do you want to report this to apple" message. The only time it does NOT crash is if I'm not actively using it - e.g. if I let it go to sleep at night, it will not crash overnight.  

Everything was fine before I upgraded to 10.9.3, and I have made no other changes to my setup.  

The first thing I tried was creating a new user so I could see if the problem was isolated to my user account - the crashes persisted even on a completely new user. Next, I tried booting from partition and erasing the hard drive entirely, reinstalling the OS, and then choosing "setup from time capsule" - no dice; still crashes. Finally, I tried creating a new user and then using "migration assistant" to migrate my user info, and while the migration assistant itself worked just fine, it's still crashing. 

(Unfortunately, my time capsule backup is from right AFTER I upgraded to 10.9.3, so that might be the reason that those "solutions" didn't fix anything) 

At this point I would even be willing to start completely from scratch (at least I could import all of my documents, music, etc from my hard drive), but there is no way for me to force it to start "fresh" - if I boot from partition so I can erase the hard drive and then reinstall the OS, I can't get past the Disk Utility screen (so my only option is to set up from the time capsule!).

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Sep 9, 2014

Just upgraded to Mavericks and have all current updates - went to open mail and got the following message: 

Mail failed to import.

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I have a pretty "clean" Macbook Air - not much on it so can't imagine I'm anywhere close to not having available space.

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Jan 13, 2011

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Feb 18, 2012

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Apr 2, 2012

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Apr 7, 2012

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I am thinking it is easy enough to change to 1 gig capacity, i have replaced my 2 times 2gig ram with 2 times 4gig a few months ago. 

I am sure i need a 2.5" SATA type of drive, but are all the drives that meet with this criteria suitably compatible. 

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May 4, 2012

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Now I find myself wondering if this is because of the lack of EFI partition on the new drive - but Googling around t'interweb I'm struggling to find any definitive guidance on this issue or indeed, anyone else with precisely this problem. Any bright sparks on here have any ideas?

(as an aside, I've started to recreate my Windows partition - Boot Camp assistant is quite happy to create a Windows partition and resize the OSX one, which seems not to work based on what I've read if your partitioning is wrong)

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Sep 12, 2009

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Jul 6, 2010

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I plan to upgrade my hard drive from 320 gb to 750 gb. I have a macbook pro 13 inch laptop which I purchased last October. Can I just do a fresh install of osx lion on the new hard drive? Do you guys recommend hard drives from Western Digital or Samsung?

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Apr 28, 2012

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I'm not really expecting an answer today, I'll buy in the next few weeks, but in case anyone feels like cracking open their brand new baby and telling us about it, feel free to share (and post pictures!) 

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I have a 13" MPB mid 2010 model and am looking to upgrade the hard drive. Is there a limit to the size of hard drive that I can use? I was hoping to upgrade from my 250GB to a 1TB hard drive, would that work?

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I'd like to upgrade my 3Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo iMac from OSX 10.8.5 to OSX 10.9.4, but I'm put off by the user reviews. I can't take days/weeks/months to debug an OS upgrade and get the settings back to a useful state. How do I avoid the problems so many users complain about?

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Nov 16, 2010

I think it will work, but if it won't, it would be superb if someone more knowledgeable than I could tell me so

Step 1:
Buy 2.5" external Firewire 800 hard drive enclosure
Buy 2.5" SATA drive (probably 500gb WD Black or something)

Step 2:
Whack new drive into new enclosure and fire it up

Step 3:
Clone my existing 250GB internal MBP hard drive to the new one in the enclosure using Carbon Copy Cloner etc

Step 4:
Remove new hard drive from enclosure and use it to replace the internal hard drive in my Mac

Step 5:
All being well stick the old hard drive in the enclosure and use it as an external

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