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I'd say brick imminent if you continue:

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH165159


On Sep 19, 2011, at 2:51 PM, Helen Read wrote:

> I have a Macbook Pro with Snow Leopard, that came from the Depot with PGP on it. I downloaded Lion, and started the install, but got a message that "Some features of Mac OS X Lion are not supported for the disk". The More Info page advises:
> 
> This message means the installer cannot create the Recovery HD partition on your hard disk (which it says is needed  to access on-disk recovery tools, restore from Time Machine backups, reinstall Lion over the internet, or set a firmware password).
> 
> It also says that this message usually appears in one of two scenarios:
> 
> - The disk you are installing Lion on is a RAID volume, or
> - The disk has a non-standard Boot Camp partition setup [...]
> 
> Methinks this is related to PGP.
> 
> Question: Is it safe to continue with the install, or am I going to brick my machine? Do I need to uninstall PGP first (and then put it back afterward?)?
> 
> -- 
> Helen Read
> Senior Lecturer
> Dept. of Mathematics&  Statistics
> University of Vermont

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