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BugsB posted a file in Apps
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52 downloadsThis is my mod of dimosgmx's Yosemite (10.10) Disk Utility app with the El Capitan (10.11) diskmanagementd: https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/files/file/621-disk-utility-v13-for-macos-sierrazip Please read his statements over there FIRST !! This built (607) is dimosgmx's built 606 ever-so-slightly edited* by me (BugsB) for usage in High Sierra beyond 10.13.3. It thus works in 10.12 - 10.13.6 (not yet tested in Mojave because I don't have it installed). Therefore I bumped CFBundleVersion to 607 and BuildVersion to 19 to differentiate it from dimosgmx's 606/ 18 which was only compatible up to 10.13.3. You can use it side-by-side with the default Disk Utility. NOT WORKING (at least not in High Sierra): functions which would invoke a Finder style window, like clicks onto "New Image", "Convert", "Resize Image", "Image", "File/ New/.." etc. In case of issues with the default (original/ stock/ vanilla) Disk Utility: run killall diskmanagementd, also supplied in this package. If you have the SIMBL plug-in AFLOAT installed and have not included AppleScript Utility in mySIMBL's blacklist**, you MUST blacklist Disk Utility 13 (607) (see screenshot "AFLOAT users mySIMBL application blacklist")! Enjoy & Greetings BugsB 2019-01-05 --- * Disk Utility 13 (607).app/Contents/MacOS/loader.sh: Added two instances of: sudo killall diskmanagementd ** in mySIMBL: System Info/ SIMBL application blacklist (because Afloat is NOT fully compatible with Apple Scripts (parts of Disk Utility 13 (60x)) PS: let me know if it also works in Mojave. Include your EXACT version (10.14.0/ .1/ .2 /.3 BETA etc.)
Hi, I'm facing problems with Adobe Premiere due to disk damaged and permissions that need to be repaired. I used the fsck tool booting in single user mode to repair the disk (fsck -fy) The system disk was successfully repaired but the problem with Premiere persists. When I run disk utility I see some permissions that need to be fixed. I tried "Kext Utility", "Disk Utility" and terminal with no success Using another user account the app performs flawlessly. The problem vanishes. How can I fix those permissions? Adobe says they are the one causing the problem. Thx http://martatravassos.tumblr.com/post/133143349182
Hello, after installing new hard drive to my functional hackintosh it doesn't shows up in disk utility at all. But, when I boot up Windows 8 on same machine and go to disk management it shows up normally and I can format it and do everything with it normally. Access with file explorer is also possible. I tried formatting it in MBR and GPT format style - no success. I tried formatting it in NTFS and exFAT - no success. I also tried connecting it to another SATA port - no success. Is there something else I can try?
I have burned literally thousands of DVDs in my 3 1/2 year old MacBook Pro. However, recently I have been unable to do so in Disk Utility and iDVD. It goes through the motions but apparently fails to close the disc. You can hold it up to a light and see that the disc has been burned, but it is unreadable. I thought my optical drive might need to be replaced until I tried to burn straight from the Finder one day. If I highlight files and/or folders in Finder, right-click and tell it to Burn, it works fine. So it's obviously software related. Anyone have a clue on how to fix it without a reinstall of OS X? I have already tried to repair permissions but it didn't help. Thanks in advance!!!
Hi all, Installed a clean Mavericks on my system. Not any weird driver but only patched AppleHDA and FakeSMC but I noticed a weird stutter when opening Disk Utilty. It doesn't open smooth in the animation. As far I noticed, this is only with Disk Util. Also sometimes when I want to open a file within an application it takes several second before showing files (spinning wheel in corner) while I have fast SSD. Anyone recognise this and/or has a solution? My setup config is in my signature. thanks, BiTRiP