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    Default How do I replace a faulty hard drive?

    Hi,

    I have just aquired a dead Apple TV and I suspect that it is the hard drive which is at fault. I have a spare 2.5" IDE drive ready to go but I am not sure how to install the Apple TV os etc.

    I have found threads on how to copy from a working drive onto a newer bigger drive but not from scratch so to speak.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated,

    Thanks in advance.......



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    I haven't tried this - but AtvCloner maybe a solution?

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    I have looked at that but that's great if you're replacing a working drive and cloning it to a drive with more capacity. I need to do this from scratch.

    Thanks.

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    ATVBackup - atv-bootloader - Project Hosting on Google Code ->see "Restore" and "Opps I did not make a backup"

 

 

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