However, the computer did NOT restart and there was no menu bar for Utilities>Terminal????? Somebody knows how to do it for the LaCie XtremKey USB3 pendrrive? I have never had a destination error making IOS's with DU before. There's a pull-down menu called "Terminal", but nothing called "Utilities"? http://netfiscal.com/disk-utility/disk-utility-unable-to-create-cdr-permission-denied.html
I verified the boot drive (repair was greyed out) but the user/2nd HD I clicked repair, which unmounted the drive briefly. Last to lines below… sudo /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Mavericks.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia -volume /Volumes/Untitled -applicationpath /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Mavericks.app -nointeraction Password: Failed to start erase of disk due to error (-9999, 0). I've put my dead drive in an external USB enclosure, but when I plug it into the Mac, OS X insists on trying to mount the drive. Jay | May 7, 2012 at 12:17 Thanks, Phil I figured out the "Command + R" thing.
Tx [ Reply to This | # ] Recover a dead hard drive using dd Authored by: mariapeter12 on Jun 08, '10 04:56:57AM Sometimes even the dd Command fails to recover I have a few other accounts set up on this Mac, and I was able to reset those without any problem. Fred Reply MBP13 says: January 8, 2014 at 7:17 pm Different ways for Lion / Mountain Lion, http://osxdaily.com/2012/02/17/make-bootable-os-x-10-8-mountain-lion-usb-install-drive/ Just want to shared, another way to create OS X Maverick installer, (very At this speed it will take some 30 days to complete!
Reply jen says: November 24, 2013 at 12:50 am Thank you so much. Once you've established the disk image (in this example, foo.dmg), you're almost home. Thanks Reply Paul says: November 13, 2013 at 10:42 pm Having the same problem. It would boot in Windows, but then it would hit one of these scratch marks and just die.
So, making a disk image of the failed drive on a new drive crashed (after 2 days of dd-ing) with 'no disk space left on device' error. Could somebody kindly guide through the process? If following the instruction above to create a bootable GUID partition, make sure your partition is named untitled and not untitled 1. REALLY?
I did create a directory called recover. jbpSA and jnbSA) when run by a user who has permission to submit client-side user-directed backup or restore operations. Please note that this includes the Lotus Notes administrator for client-side initiated The time now is 10:52 PM. Once again, that which destroys a Windows box becomes a play thing to a Mac OS X box. • Currently 3.20 / 5 You rated: 3 / 5 (25 votes
I have checked the string and cannot find an error. other Unix is not easy! Com.apple.diskutility Error 3 Reply Saki says: June 15, 2014 at 1:20 am Hi All, I am getting the following error code 111 - Mount of outer dmg failed. Someone flipped a breaker during a restore session and I almost cried when I got the error that my encryption made my drive useless.
But if you hold down the Option-key, and manually select the recovery partition, it doesn't do that. this contact form With any of the Security zero overwrite functions, the result is "Secure Disk Erase failed with the error: Securely erasing data to prevent recovery failed". If you don't want to receive notification of new posts, follow the instructions for unsubscribing (should be at the bottom of the email somewhere). (BTW, NEVER give your password to anyone!) Reply jeene says: April 13, 2014 at 2:51 pm Start over and try again, you probably didn't let the USB installer creation process complete.
In /var/log/system.log, I'm seeing: Nov 8 08:31:36 flamingo [0x0-0x1d61d6].com.apple.DiskUtility: 2012-11-08 08:31:36.256 copy-helper[48614:707] copy error (canceling): /Volumes/Setup Disc/cma.pkg/Contents/Resources/cma.bom: Operation not supported Nov 8 08:31:36 flamingo copy-helper: copy error (canceling): /Volumes/Setup Disc/cma.pkg/Contents/Resources/cma.bom: Operation I named it as LaCie, and selected 1 Partition - Mac OS Extended (Journaled). I held them down forever and forever…..but that screen to which you refer never appears? have a peek here To proceed, enter your password, or type Ctrl-C to abort.
Try again, repeating the "cat /dev/random > /dev/disk4" command rapidly by pressing the up arrow, followed by Enter, to capture the disk between the time it is assigned the device to One option is to use another operating system like Windows in Boot Camp, in a Virtual Machine, or on a dedicated PC to manage the drive and attempt to repartition it; This way, if the drive truly is broken, at least your data will be safe.
Then paste this command into Terminal also: sudo chown -R `id -un` ~ and press return. At this speed it will take some 30 days to complete! It crapped out on me about a month ago. I'll give it another shot tonight, before going to bed, admittedly my home folder is kind of large, 443GB with lots of folders underneath, so maybe it needs more time?
Authored by: TheLoneRoger on Jan 17, '06 07:36:49AM Am I right in thinking that if the disk wont mount, you can't get a file path from disktool and therefore can't use I've now made 2 bootable USB-sticks, one on an SD, another one on Cruzer: no glitches whatsoever. Thanks in advance, Jeff [ Reply to This | # ] use the device file, not the mount point Authored by: juz10mac on May 10, '05 06:35:53PM You are using /Volumes/jeff Check This Out philastokes | August 13, 2013 at 07:41 This issue is discussed in detail here: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3578673 Michael | February 4, 2013 at 03:59 Perhaps you could help.
Enjoy this tip? It's a great way to workaround the need for Norton Ghost. I would try the -r but apart from that I sorry I can't help you further. [ Reply to This | # ] Recover a dead hard drive using dd Authored But I'm confident that it will.
I service both Windows and Macs, and I had a FAT32 flash drive with a bunch of Windows drivers on it. dd bs=512 if=/dev/disk1s1 of=/dev/disk1s3/volumes/ExpansionD/foo.dmg conv=noerror,sync the reply I keep receiving. also do user level permissions need to be repaired on my os ? We have explained how to delete system level preferences and create a new Wi-Fi location to resolve Wi-Fi issue.
You need to follow the instructions precisely and enter the command line syntax EXACTLY as shown. When done copying, expand the dmg and it gives a lot of mkpg files packages. Agree that Batchmod is an excellent utility, though I've been reluctant to recommend it on my Free Downloads page as I'm not sure it's the sort of utility people should use OS X still couldn't mount it, though.
You might want to read the man page for dd, especially the "skip" and "count" options.