My fully functional installation, today do not want to boot, I see the problem "The volume could not be repaired". I start on single user and I do a "fsck -fy", this is the result:
bash-3.2# /sbin/fsck -fy ** /dev/rdisk0s2 ** Root file system Executing fsck_hfs (version hfs-285). ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume. The volume name is SSD 240G ** Checking extents overflow file. Invalid leaf record count (It should be 10158 instead of 13924) Invalid B-tree header ** Checking catalog file. Keys out of order (4, 63564) Records 103 and 104 (0-based); offsets 0x0EE8 and 0x0EF4 Keys out of order
more similar messages like the last one, and then...
** Rebuilding catalog B-tree. CreateNewBtree returned -34 Disk full error ** The volume SSD 240G could not be repaired.
As I see disk full error, I boot on windows 10 disk and I checked that the SSD 240G has 28Gb of emty space.
What could I do?