Recognizing a "foreign" HD device for Norton Disk Doctor

CaptainMilkbone

Registered
I recently got Norton Systemworks, and it's not recognizing my hard drive.
Here's my backstory:
• It's a secondhand PowerBook G4
• The previous owner told me about the HD upgrade he had done
• Installation was done by a 'qualified' friend, I think

I'm guessing that there's some disconnect with the DIY installation and Norton not being able to detect it.

Is there a way to establish the device as the default/recognizable device?
Thanks for any help you can provide.
 

Satcomer

In Geostationary Orbit
The problem is not the computer, it is Norton. It is criminal it still being sold since is caused so MANY headaches for OS X users it was discontinued over a year ago.
 

ElDiabloConCaca

U.S.D.A. Prime
In other words, get rid of Norton as soon as you can. It will do nothing but cause more problems with your computer.
 

mdnky

[Bobs/Prog/Design:~] mod%
Staff member
Mod
I couldn't agree more...send Norton to the trash can (on the computer and in your house).
 

mdnky

[Bobs/Prog/Design:~] mod%
Staff member
Mod
Alternatives that do what? What was your reason for wanting Norton (the features you wanted)?
 
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