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Booting from firewire drive using 3rd party firewire card

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Is it possible to boot from a firewire drive using a 3rd party firewire card? - the internal firewire card does not seem to be recognised.

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Question by:jimmyndvdr
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    Hi jimmyndvdr,
    The short answer is, definitely. But, it depends on the model, like the G3 Blue and White cannot, period. I'd need your model but the fact that you say the 3rd party firewire card isn't "recognized" is going to be a fatal problem. What card is it?

    Cheers!
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