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Drive Icons Missing From Your Mac's Desktop?

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All is fine, except that the hard drive icon by default named "Macintosh HD does not show up at all on my desktop. The desktop is totally empty, no icon at all. All apllications are there, system is there I tried: dik utility verification and repair where it does show - logging in and off - restarting the computer, etc.

NO hard drive icon showing.


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I can access the drive content via the Go menu, but this is not normal, and it is awkward and inconvenient. Any solution?


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How to customize the drive icons on your desktop (mac)

Alternatively, you can also click on Finder at the top left corner of the screen then choose Preferences. On the General tab, which is the very first tab, check the boxes of the types of drives Hard drive, External disks, DVD or network drives you want to be shown on the desktop.

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