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Just to keep this answer up to dateā€¦ DiskWarrior 5 is now available, as a paid upgrade. DiskWarrior 5 supports any locally connected Mac OS Standard (HFS) or Mac OS Extended (HFS Plus) disk including Fusion Drives, RAID volumes, journaled disks, case-sensitive disks, FileVaults and Time Machine backups. DiskWarrior 5 supports both PowerPC and Intel ...


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Locate the .iso file you want to burn and place it on your Desktop: Navigate to to Disc Utility (Applications -> Utilities -> Disc Utility) Once Disc Utility is opened, drag and drop the .iso file into the side panel and highlight the .iso file: Click Convert located at the top: Under Convert use the settings of Where: Desktop, ...


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Boot into Recovery from the USB. Instead of opening Disk Utility, open Terminal instead. Run the command diskutil list to see that your drive is being recognised. It should list two disks, one being your bootable drive, the other your SSD, and provide you with a disk identifier (such as disk0). If it doesn't show up, check that you have installed it ...


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Usually when I see this error it is because something on your Mac is accessing something on your USB drive. It can be as simple as having the USB open in a window, or Spotlight trying to index it. Try and select the USB drive in Disk Utility and Eject or Unmount it from there. It may say it can't be ejected and ask if you want to Force Eject it, say yes, ...



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