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Instead of a default/classical Mac volume like your iMac, your MacBook Pro contains a CoreStorage volume. Booted to Windows, CoreStorage volumes cannot be mounted and consequently the contained files can't be read - until now. You would need to revert the CoreStorage volume wrapper that contains HFS+ back to a straight HFS+ volume to regain read-only ...


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Do you mean you can't boot into Mac OS X anymore, or you can't see the OS X partition when you boot into Windows? If it's the latter, it's because the Macintosh file system is not readable by Microsoft Windows. You can go into Computer Management > Disk Management, it would show the partition, however it's not browsable by Windows. There is some third ...


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There is a GUI alternative to the CLI app lsof: fseventer is a great file system access monitoring utility for various purposes. It runs with super user permissions (sudo), so it sees all read/write access of all mounted file systems, and presents them in a very clear overview. My experience: I had a Volume which constantly could not be ejected properly (as ...



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