I have a serious problem with OS X partition on my mac, and I hope you can help me.
OS X on my mac was acting weird lately and one day it just did not boot. I checked the disk with Disk Utility from install dvd, it says the disk is not repairable. I have two partitions on this disk, one of them is acting normally, but another is failing, so I don't think it's a hardware problem. This partition even doesn't mount as external drive on another OS X.
I tried DiskWarrior, but no luck, it said that it couldn't repair the partition.
What is interesting though, when I boot OS X on this partition in single user mode, it boots with continuous messages about no free space on the disk (0 bytes), though I had 130GB of free space in this partition. I can even mount the root folder, then boot to the login screen, but after that it hangs.
I believe that if system at least boots into console, there is still hope to fix the partition, or at least to make it mountable to get all the info from it.
I'd appreciate any advice.
spbcatMember Since 12 Jul 2006
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