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I assume this is a MacPro tower?
1. Shut down the computer.
2. Unplug the computer's power cord.
3. Wait fifteen seconds.
4. Attach the computer's power cord.
5. Wait five seconds, then press the power button to turn on the computer.
6. Press and hold the Command-Option-P-R keys before the gray screen appears.
7. Hold the keys down until the computer restarts.
8. Release the keys. Immediately hold the ALT or Option key until you see a lit of drives.
IN the DW window when you click on the DiskWarrioDVD do you see any other drives in the dropdown menu? Also check the Hardware tab in that window. Did you unplug the computer from power too?
Did you unplug the computer from power too? Try booting from your Snow Leopard disk. Go to Utilities and open the Disk Utility.
OK it sounds like the is a serious issue with the SATA bus. I think you ned to have it looked at. Sorry
That is the bus that the drives and the DVD drive are connected to. It is very unlikely that all the drives failed at once so it must be the motherboard.
No it is part of the motherboard. Just tell them you can't see any of your drives and the DVD drive works but will not eject. They will know. If you are satisfied, please kindly provide an OK or Above Rating - so I get paid. Keep in mind you can always come back to this page at any time regarding this question. If we solved your problem, giving me high marks on the survey and / or bonuses are also GREATLY appreciated. Thanks!!