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Executing /sbin/fsck -fy in Recovery Mode will verify/repair your recovery system (Base OS X System) instead of the corrupted CoreStorage Logical Volume: … ** Checking volume information. ** The volume OS X Base System appears to be OK. Unlock - if necessary - and mount your main volume (Macintosh HD) first, then verify/repair it with Disk ...
The reported error is minor. You haven't told us what kind of Mac or what disk it has. I suspect there are a couple of bad sectors, which have been removed. Try rebooting, and see if there is still a problem.
It's indeed impossible to create a third regular partition in Disk Utility. The +-button is greyed out (please check the screenshot below): The superior HDD is my CoreStorage Volume Group, the inferior HDD is my CoreStorage Volume (spanning over disk1s2 and disk2s2) and HDD 2 is a simple JHFS+ non-CoreStorage volume. The complete volume list and the ...
Usually you shouldn't be urged to restore the backup twice. Probably something went wrong in the first and/or the second run. To quickly resolve your problem boot to Internet Recovery Mode or an external drive/thumb drive containing a Recovery HD or full OS X, erase/reformat your internal drive and restore the 10.10.3 backup. If you boot to IRM or a second ...
The naming scheme for non-CoreStorage devices/volumes looks like this: (hard-coded) name of the disk device EFI (invisible in non-tweaked Disk Utility) Volume 1 (usually Macintosh HD) Volume 2 (optional) ... (optional further volumes) Recovery HD (invisible) And the naming scheme for CoreStorage devices/volumes looks like this (a Fusion-disk has an ...
Launch the Terminal and type: diskutil resizeVolume You'll see parameter options you can choose and go from there.
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