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Theoretically everything is fine with your Fusion Drive. Fusion Drives look like this. Disk0 is your SSD with 121 GB and disk1 is your HDD with ~1 TB (~1.121 TB summed up). The larger parts of your SSD (disk0s2) and your HDD (disk1s2) are pooled to a CoreStorage LVG (Fusion Drive: disk3) with a size of 967.8 GB. The rest is reserved for EFIs, a Recovery HD ...


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Preliminary remark Like bmike already mentioned: the path back up the CoreStorage Volume to Time Machine and then erase / repartition both and start over with a new fusion drive should be preferred. Preparation: Detach any external drive (especially your external Time Machine backup drive) Restart to Internet Recovery Mode by pressing alt cmd R ...


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Launch the Boot Camp Assistant. Click the Continue button in the first screen. Select the Create or Remove a Windows Partition option in the next screen Click Continue again. Select the drive that has your Boot Camp partition, enable the Restore Disk to a Single Mac OS Partition option, and click Continue. You’ll be prompted for your administrator’s name ...


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Apple helps: Boot Camp: Remove Windows from your Mac How you remove Windows from your Mac depends on whether you installed Windows on a disk that has multiple partitions or one that has a single partition. Important: Back up all important data stored on your Windows partition. If you installed Windows on a disk that has multiple ...



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