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disktutil mount error New to me in Mojave

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I am using EFI Mounter v3 to open the EFI volumes because the usual method of using the terminal to mount volumes is not working.

If I use the command:

 

diskutil mount disk1s1

I get an error message:

Volume on disk1s1 failed to mount

If the volume is damaged, try the "readOnly" option

Another place suggests this:
 

sudo asr adjust --target /dev/disk1s1 --settype "Apple_HFS"

diskutil mount readOnly /dev/disk1s1

 

But I am wondering if I am missing a driver or kext.

Attached are my config file, picture of my 64 drivers and kext folder

Any thoughts?

Thanks

drivers64UEFI.png

Kexts-Other.png

config.plist

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On 2/11/2019 at 11:37 PM, macattackjack said:

So how would a person do that in diskutil in the terminal?

i cant use diskutil too, 

havent find a solution yet for your problem. apple again broken something that worked for so long.

 

i use clover Clover Configurator

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