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Johanne M.A. Lim

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  1. Hi guys, Is there a way to disable fsck_hfs checking upon boot? I've recently been getting these really long progress bars upon booting my OSX 10.6.8 (MacBook Pro) and when I checked in verbose mode, I saw that fsck_hfs was trying to fix my drive during boot. Thus takes so much time since it takes 3 passes before it actually gives up and loads the OS. I've looked for the rc.boot and didn't find any, maybe you have a way to disable fsck running at boot time? Is there a log file somewhere that I can delete to prevent the fsck from happening at boot? PS. I've tried renaming fsck_hfs in sbin to see if that will do the trick and simply didn't work as it didn't load OSX. So that option's out. Thanks in advance.
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