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Problems with target disk mode, hdHD does not show in Finder/Desktop (only in Disk Utility)

I have a MacBookPro whoMacBook Pro which goes straight to Disk Utility when I try to start it (it totally froze and I forced it off and on). And no luck in repairing the hard disk (Disk Utility can't repair ...repair…) 

I am trying to copy from my hdHD to a borrowed MacBook putting my MacBookProMacBook Pro in target disk mode using a thunderboltThunderbolt cable. But, but the icon for my hdHD doesn't show in Finder/desktop. I do find it in Disk Utility and tried to repair it here as well but it failed. Is there anything I can do? Will DiskWarrierDiskWarrior help me?

Sorry for my norwegianenglish, but I hope it is understandable :).

Mvh Anne

Problems with target disk mode, hd does not show in Finder/Desktop (only in Disk Utility)

I have a MacBookPro who goes straight to Disk Utility when I try to start it (it totally froze and I forced it off and on). And no luck in repairing the hard disk (Disk Utility can't repair ...) I am trying to copy from my hd to a borrowed MacBook putting my MacBookPro in target mode using a thunderbolt cable. But the icon for my hd doesn't show in Finder/desktop. I do find it in Disk Utility and tried to repair it here as well but it failed. Is there anything I can do? Will DiskWarrier help me?

Sorry for my norwegianenglish, but I hope it is understandable :).

Mvh Anne

Problems with target disk mode, HD does not show in Finder/Desktop (only in Disk Utility)

I have a MacBook Pro which goes straight to Disk Utility when I try to start it (it totally froze and I forced it off and on). And no luck in repairing the hard disk (Disk Utility can't repair…) 

I am trying to copy from my HD to a borrowed MacBook putting my MacBook Pro in target disk mode using a Thunderbolt cable, but the icon for my HD doesn't show in Finder/desktop. I do find it in Disk Utility and tried to repair it here as well but it failed. Is there anything I can do? Will DiskWarrior help me?

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Problems with target disk mode, hd does not show in Finder/Desktop (only in Disk Utility)

I have a MacBookPro who goes straight to Disk Utility when I try to start it (it totally froze and I forced it off and on). And no luck in repairing the hard disk (Disk Utility can't repair ...) I am trying to copy from my hd to a borrowed MacBook putting my MacBookPro in target mode using a thunderbolt cable. But the icon for my hd doesn't show in Finder/desktop. I do find it in Disk Utility and tried to repair it here as well but it failed. Is there anything I can do? Will DiskWarrier help me?

Sorry for my norwegianenglish, but I hope it is understandable :).

Mvh Anne