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This is an example of a procedure to erase an external disk containing a single encrypted partition. Open the Disk Utility application and highlight the "Logical Volume Group" representing your external disk. An example is shown below. (Hint: click on image for a better view.) Next, click the Info icon to get the pop up window. Note, in the example shown ...


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According to Apple, you must use BootCamp to initialize a Windows partition or it won't work. I suggest you do the following. Get WinClone if you don't already have it. The best way to back up your BootCamp partition. http://twocanoes.com/winclone/ Use WinClone to back up your BootCamp partition. Initialize your new hard disk to Mac OS X. Use BootCamp ...


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you can try to connect you HDD to another mac. you can create full copy of this disk via dd vith noerror parameter If you use windows you cat use Ext2Read for access to linux partition.


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To rename the Recovery Partition, falsely named "EFI Boot", I first mounted the Recovery HD, by showing all partitions in Disk Utility. I did this by enabling the debug menu: 1.) quit Disk Utility 2.) In Terminal write or paste defaults write com.apple.DiskUtility DUDebugMenuEnabled 1 and hit 'enter'. Launch Disk Utility and select "Show every Partition" ...


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A good option is to try DiskWarrior: Everything just disappeared after your Mac went haywire. All your work documents. The music you most enjoy. The movie of your kid's first steps. It's your life and it's gone. Don't panic! DiskWarrior will recover your documents, photos, music and any other files when disaster strikes and you lose access to your files. ...


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Winclone is the OS X software to backup and restore the Windows OS on a BootCamp partition. http://twocanoes.com/winclone/ It lets you escape Apple's restriction to only have two OS partitions on a drive. You still might have to delete bootcamp, but you can then restore it in working form after you've re-done the boot drive partitioning to your liking. ...


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You'll need a third party utility that can repartition a live drive. The Apple software will not make additional partitions beyond the Bootcamp one. Or, the hard-but-effective way is to back everything up, wipe and repartition, then copy back. Winclone is a good program for backing up Boot Camp partitions. Personally, this issue was worth it to me to buy ...


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To remove all entries from the GPT and MBR tables, open the Disk Utility application and do the following. Select your disk. Select Partition tab. Set Partition Layout to "1 Partition". Set Format to "Free Space". Click on the Option... button and select "Master Boot Record". Click Ok to close the pop up window. Click the Apply button. The image below ...



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