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About rage_q3

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  1. It didnt work, only the volume INFO is being hidden, for other partitions the method is not working like the names of the partitions are somewhere hard-coded ((
  2. Hi folks, Here is my device list: diskutil list output (the screenshot above is slightly outdated cause I renamed "Windows NTFS" to "WindowsNEW" but this is not the point): in the /Extra/org.chameleon.Boot.plist I put the following lines: <key>Hide Partition</key> <string>hd(1,1) hd(1,2) hd(2,3) hd(2,2)</string> However chameleon is still showing me all the partitions. I've tried to mess up with this parameters by specifying volume names and specifying only one disk/partition. The only partition that I was able to hide was hd(2,3) Please point me what I am doing wrong...
  3. Hello I accidentally issued a "clean" command using windows "disk part" against the HDD on which MacOSX was installed. Testdisk using "analyse" command recognizes both hdd partitions on that disk but cant write the partition table - "function write_part_mac not implemented" error. Please have a look at the partitions found by testdisk: Unfortunatley, I dont have a working MacOS to try a workaround using pdisk package because if I am not mistaken pdisk is avialable only on MacOS. I was able to burn a bootable USB with Live Knoppix OS which includes "GNU parted 2.3" package. Would you be so kind please and tell me what commands I have to use to restore my partition table to be able to boot to my MacOS? FYI: print command output against that disk: unrecognised disk label Thank you very much for your assistance!