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  1. I'm a bit stumped. I am trying to replace the original, and failing, 500MB IDE hard drive in my Performa with an 8GB CF card. I've tried two different IDE to CF adapters with no luck so far. Each time I use Drive Setup, both versions 1.5 and 1.7.3, patched and unpatched, I get an Initialization Failed message. The more sophisticated of the two adapters works just fine in my B&W G3, the less sophisticated one gives the same Initialization Failed message as in the Performa when attempting to partition and initialize the CF card. I've tried initializing on the Performa in System 7.5.3, 7.5.5, 7.6 and 7.6.1. Same error message. If I initialize the card in the G3 and then move the card and adapter over to the Performa, I get a Sad Mac with: 0000000F 00000001 The card itself tests fine on a more modern computer and I'm partitioning it to three ~2.6GB pieces. I'm not sure what I can do next.
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