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I have to un-accept this answer, I'm afraid. I installed a new HD cable, but am still having the problem. The question now (based on what I've read here and elsewhere) is:
Do I need to jumper the drive to run at 3.0Gb? Or, should I reformat the drive as one partition?
Opinions welcome!
-The firmware is up to date, the Mac will support a SATA drives are supposed to be downwards compatible. The drive is an SATA III 6 .0GB (Seagate model 1000LM014) with 2 partitions (300Gb and 700 GB). Running it externally via USB, both partitions mount and I get these system reports:
+The firmware is up to date, the Mac will support 1TB and the SATA drives are supposed to be downwards compatible. Theis one is SATA III 6 .0GB (Seagate model 1000LM014) with 2 partitions (300Gb and 700 GB). When running it externally via USB, both partitions mount and I get these system reports:
Hardware Overview:
Model Name: MacBook Pro
Model Identifier: MacBookPro5,1
Processor Name: Intel Core 2 Duo
Processor Speed: 2.53 GHz
Number of Processors: 1
Total Number of Cores: 2
L2 Cache: 6 MB
Memory: 4 GB
Bus Speed: 1.07 GHz
Boot ROM Version: MBP51.007E.B06
SMC Version (system): 1.33f8
Serial Number (system): W88480021GN
Hardware UUID: 26BA7B20-2AC2-530F-98AD-C3DEA148B0F4
SATA/SATA Express:
NVidia MCP79 AHCI:
Vendor: NVidia
Product: MCP79 AHCI
Link Speed: 3 Gigabit
Description: AHCI Version 1.20 Supported
Storage:
Galehead:
Available: 105.72 GB (105,719,644,160 bytes)
Capacity: 299.49 GB (299,489,112,064 bytes)
Mount Point: /
File System: Journaled HFS+
Writable: Yes
Ignore Ownership: No
BSD Name: disk0s2
Volume UUID: 087BFEBE-D55F-3F14-8850-CA815D191E6A
Physical Drive:
Media Name: ST1000LM 014-1EJ164 Media
Protocol: USB
Internal: No
Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table)
S.M.A.R.T. Status: Not Supported

Estatus:

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Aporte original por: Jen Morris ,

Texto:

I have to un-accept this answer, I'm afraid.  I installed a new HD cable, but am still having the problem.  The question now (based on what I've read here and elsewhere) is:

Do I need to jumper the drive to run at 3.0Gb? Or, should I reformat the drive as one partition?

Opinions welcome!

The firmware is up to date, the Mac will support a SATA drives are supposed to be downwards compatible. The drive is an SATA III 6 .0GB (Seagate model 1000LM014) with 2 partitions (300Gb and 700 GB).  Running it externally via USB, both partitions mount and I get these system reports:

Hardware Overview:

Model Name:    MacBook Pro

Model Identifier:    MacBookPro5,1

Processor Name:    Intel Core 2 Duo

Processor Speed:    2.53 GHz

Number of Processors:    1

Total Number of Cores:    2

L2 Cache:    6 MB

Memory:    4 GB

Bus Speed:    1.07 GHz

Boot ROM Version:    MBP51.007E.B06

SMC Version (system):    1.33f8

Serial Number (system):    W88480021GN

Hardware UUID:    26BA7B20-2AC2-530F-98AD-C3DEA148B0F4

SATA/SATA Express:

NVidia MCP79 AHCI:

Vendor:    NVidia

Product:    MCP79 AHCI

Link Speed:    3 Gigabit

Description:    AHCI Version 1.20 Supported

Storage:

Galehead:

Available:    105.72 GB (105,719,644,160 bytes)

Capacity:    299.49 GB (299,489,112,064 bytes)

Mount Point:    /

File System:    Journaled HFS+

Writable:    Yes

Ignore Ownership:    No

BSD Name:    disk0s2

Volume UUID:    087BFEBE-D55F-3F14-8850-CA815D191E6A

Physical Drive:

Media Name:    ST1000LM 014-1EJ164 Media

Protocol:    USB

Internal:    No

Partition Map Type:    GPT (GUID Partition Table)

S.M.A.R.T. Status:    Not Supported

Estatus:

open