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  1. fusion71au

    Disk Utility (patched_v2)

    Version 10.10.5


    Disk Utility from Yosemite 10.10.5 (ver 13 (606)) patched to run on El Capitan. Note: After you have downloaded and unzipped the file, you need to let root:wheel take ownership of the app before the app will run... sudo chown -R 0:0 ~/Downloads/Disk\ Utility.app v1 Patching procedure from Restore old Disk Utility in OS X El Capitan, credit @Justus Beyer v2 Patched with patch pattern from diskUtilityPatch, credit @dimosgmx Debug menu can be enabled with defaults write com.apple.DiskUtility DUDebugMenuEnabled 1 Advanced image verification options unlocked with defaults write com.apple.DiskUtility advanced-image-options 1 To turn off the above options, use the same commands in terminal but type 0 instead of 1.
  2. Dans OS X 10.11 ("El Capitan"), Apple a remplacé le bon vieux Utilitaire de disque par une version entièrement revue et plus coloriée mais moins performante. De nombreuses fonctionnalités ont été sacrifiées au profit d'une interface utilisateur plus simple et plus conviviale. Ce tutoriel vous montrera comment utiliser une ancienne version* d'Utilitaire de disque dans El Capitan. * version utilisée ici est celle de 10.10.5 mais celle de 10.9.5 conviendra aussi !!! AVERTISSEMENT : L'utilisation d'une version obsolète d'un utilitaire système porte un grand nombre de risques et peut entraîner la perte totale ou la corruption de vos données. A utiliser à vos risques et périls !!! 1. Pour les plus préventifs, faites une sauvegarde de vos données ou de votre installation via Time Machine ou d'autres logiciels tierces. 2. Faites une copie de la version 10.10.5 d'Utilitaire de disque sur votre bureau 3. Téléchargez un éditeur hexadécimal comme le gratuiciel Hex Fiend. 4. Lancez Hex Fiend et ouvrez le fichier Disk Utility qui se trouve dans Disk Utility.app/Contents/MacOS 5. Allez à l'offset 25056 6. Comme sur la photo ci-dessus, vous devriez voir deux valeurs de quatre bytes chacune D584C00F 85440100 7. Sélectionnez "85" et remplacez-le par "84". Après ce changement, ça devrait ressembler à ça : D584C00F 84440100 8. Sauvegardez le fichier et fermez Hex Fiend. 9. Terminé. Vous pouvez lancer l'Utilitaire de disque depuis votre bureau. Vous pouvez même débloquer l'option "Débogguer" via la commande : defaults write com.apple.DiskUtility DUDebugMenuEnabled 1 Credits : @Justus Phillip Beyer pour cette astuce @dgsga pour cette découverte @fusion71au pour la commande de l'onglet "Débogguer"
  3. I can't believe that I'm the only one so far to experience this. I'm posting this as a warning. I wanted a fresh installation of Mavericks, so I used Maverick's installer Disk Utility to erase my current Mountain Lion partition. For some reason, "Core Storage" kicked in and rearranged the partitions on my hard drive. All I did was select the partition "testOSX" and "erase". So, I tried to re-partition, but the partition pop-up was greyed out. I had to use GPARTED to remove all of the existing partitions before I could use Disk Utility to re-partition the drive. I thought this was a fluke, so I tried a second time and the problem repeated. As a test, I proceeded anyway to install Mavericks and Chameleon to "testOSX" but Chameleon got confused and couldn't boot it. Cleaning up and partitioning/erasing with the Disk Utility in Mountain Lion gave a successful booting installation of Mavericks. Partitions - Before and After "Erasing" The "types" associated with the partitions changed as well. Before 3 TB Hitachi - Media disk0s1 - EFI (hidden) testOSX - Mac OS Extended (Journaled) TM - Mac OS Extended (Journaled) After testOSX - Logical Volume Group testOSX - Logical Partition diskOs1 - EFI (hidden) testOSX - Core Storage Physical Volume (hidden) Boot OS X - Apple Boot Partition (hidden) TM - Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
  4. Can't cleanly boot from USB without involving my HD. Hi group, I am a bit lost now... My main OSX drive appears to be corrupted (according to Disk utility). OSX Snow-Leopard works so far. I should boot from another disk in order to repair that drive. Whenever I boot from that other disk: a USB drive (over Chameleon) the boot works, but the USB drive stops and apparently passes on to the internal HD, which loads the system and only at the end the USB drive seems to "finish" the boot. At the end I have a working OSX, but again Disk Utility refuses to repair the internal HD since it is in use... How can I force a plain USB boot leaving the HD untouched? I tried to change the boot order in BIOS, tried to boot with -x, to boot without caches, even disable the disk in the Bios... nothing helps. OK I could physically remove the disk, but i'd like to avoid tampering my notebook. Can someone help? Thank you. Laszlo
  5. Hi, yesterday I upgraded my HP Envy 15-j101ss with Yosemite 10.10.2 to 10.10.3 and everything was working correctly after the update except a mistake with the new Photos app. I wasn't able to import the iPhoto gallery because the app said that I needed to repair the disk permissions and I did it with Disk Utility. But after this i'm stuck on the apple logo so I can't boot. I boot in verbose mode and everytime i see: 'Incorrect number of thread records'. I tried to repair it with fsck but there's always a loop and the system can't repair it, Also I tried it with Disk Utility in Time Machine but the fix isn't possible and I thought there were back-ups to restore it, but there aren't so it's like a joke... Moreover I have a Windows partition with MacDrive but this software can't repair it too. I don't know what can I do, maybe there's any chance to repair the OS X because in this partition I have many important files such as music projects...
  6. I have a few hard drives in this mac pro tower 10.9 Mavericks - they show up in Disk Utility but will not mount. DU shows a sort-of "blank document" or "unidentified filetype" image instead of the normal icon for external media. I used CCC to migrate data from a 3TB drive to a 4TB drive on a computer running a 10.8 Mountain Lion - and then (with the hard drives disconnected) upgraded that machine to 10.9 Mavericks. Since re-connecting, they will not mount. However, they will also no longer mount if I place them in a NAS connected to my MacBook Pro running 10.6 Snow Leopard. Both yes, are over 2.2 TB in size. They used to work before (and connected to each other via shared folders, etc, etc. /dev/disk0 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *250.1 GB disk0 1: EFI EFI 209.7 MB disk0s1 2: Apple_HFS Sharp Island 249.7 GB disk0s2 /dev/disk1 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *3.0 TB disk1 1: EFI EFI 209.7 MB disk1s1 2: Apple_HFS Media 2 3.0 TB disk1s2 /dev/disk2 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: FDisk_partition_scheme *1.0 TB disk2 1: Windows_NTFS System Reserved 104.9 MB disk2s1 2: Windows_NTFS 1.0 TB disk2s2 /dev/disk3 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: FDisk_partition_scheme *7.9 GB disk3 1: DOS_FAT_32 OSX TOOLS 7.9 GB disk3s1 /dev/disk4 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: FDisk_partition_scheme *7.9 GB disk4 1: Apple_HFS OSX 7.9 GB disk4s1 /dev/disk5 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: Apple_partition_scheme *1.5 TB disk5 1: Apple_partition_map 32.3 KB disk5s1 2: Apple_HFS Sharp Island 3 1.5 TB disk5s3 /dev/disk6 #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *3.0 TB disk6 1: EFI EFI 209.7 MB disk6s1 2: Apple_HFS Media 3 3.0 TB disk6s2 disk0 is the System SSD - running smooth as butter. disk1 and disk 6 ("Medias") are the culprits. they will not mount and Disk Utility shows them as having "0 folders and 0 files" - although showing they're actual disk usage/capacity. disk 2 is a Windows installation (doubt its relevant though) disk 3 and 4 are USB sticks, and disk 5 is another drive equivalent to the "Medias" here you can see the icons for those partitions does not load, either .. Any help would be greatly appreciated! thank you!