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You can not add free space that resides above a APFS container. An alternative, outlined in this answer, will not work because the APFS container is to large to be cloned to the free space you wished to add. You would need to first reduce the size of the Vaats - Data⁩ volume before applying the answer. You could try shrinking the current APFS container and ...


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The reason you cannot find it is that there's no single flag with a value of 0x28000 - rather that is the value of internal_flags, which is a combination of multiple flags. In particular 0x28000 corresponds to a combination of: 0x20000 = INODE_FAST_PROMOTE 0x08000 = INODE_NO_RSRC_FORK INODE_FAST_PROMOTE means that the inode is scheduled for promotion from ...


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The key to do this is to click on the view icon and select show all devices. Right now you can only see volumes. When you enable show all devices you will see the actual physical drive. Select it and erase the drive.


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The pie chart used by the Disk Utility application can give an user the impression that partitions are stored in some sort of circular fashion. Actually, partitions are store linearly. The output from the command diskutil list will shows this. Also, this output will show partitions that can be hidden when viewing the contents of a drive with the Disk Utility ...


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Installing Ubuntu 20.10 when macOS 10.15.7 Catalina and Windows 10 (version 20H2) have already been installed. This answer assumes Windows is installed to BIOS boot. This can be verified by viewing the contents of the Windows Disk Management application window. Below is an example when Windows BIOS boots. Volume (Disk 0 partition 1) has a status of Healthy (...


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Based on klanomath's answer to the question OS volume shows as type 'FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF', you should proceed as follows. Boot to Internet Recovery Mode (or a third party drive). Open Terminal in the menubar Utilities > Terminal Get an overview with diskutil list. Assuming the disk identifier for the internal drive is still disk14, ...


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I encountered this error message when trying to reformat my encrypted Seagate portable drive following the official website's guide. You can tell whether the hard drive is encrypted by 'Get Info' when right click on it in Disk Utility. I wasn't able to decrypt it even though I have the correct password as the function was grayed out in Finder's right click ...


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