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boot0 error, case sensitive, help


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I followed this guide here becuase I was getting a boot0 error and now apparently my HDD is formatted with a case sensitive journalled hfs. I DID NOT FORMAT MY HDD AS CASE SENSITIVE so what I did in that guide must have somehow changed the format. I now can't install adobe products because of this.

Is there any way I can get rid of the case sensitive format without going through hours of carbon copy cloner bs?

Also, I should not need boot1h or whatever because my HDD is less then 1TB. I've installed ML on this HDD before and SOMETIMES, I need to follow the previous guide to stop the boot0 error, while and sometimes ML just works/boots fine. It makes no sense.

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From what I've seen you can enable and disable journaling at will, but not whether it's case-sensitive or not.

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Dang. Well thanks.





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