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This is the first time I've actually had my data eaten, but I've tried it again and it just eats all the data I throw at it so it really is Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... Reply Quote 0 Replies: 2 M marinus last edited by @Maciejasjmj Something like that is what I ended up doing, yes. Check This Out
Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads Script to create a new text record - and then print it? You can have source and target from drag-and-drop. -erase is needed to erase target device Nevertheless, great post! Reply Samantha Goldstein April 1, 2015 I am really enjoying (and learning) from all you hard work..
Volume Bit Map needs minor repair Checking volume information. MacRumors attracts a broad audience of both consumers and professionals interested in the latest technologies and products. Test it out when complete by choosing restore and runnng scan. you could check here Loading...
When I try a restore to a spare boot partition I always get an internal error on the dmg file. The error occurred while executing “/usr/sbin/asr imagescan --source /Volumes/05-/OS X LION 10.7.5 - 500g.dmg”. ================================================== Error asr: image scan failed - internal error. Sure enough, twenty more minutes later, I get Scan successful. I have been sort of "Forest Gumping" IT through learning how to use a computer (my first mac Mid 2009 MacBook Pro ) Mark from PCClassesOnline April 1, 2015 So glad
- I tried: "sudo asr restore -noverify -source ~/Downloads/image.iso -target /Volumes/Untitled -erase" on Mountain Lion and asr outputted this: " Validating target…done Validating source… Could not validate source - Invalid argument" Reply
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Reply NateCow says: 4/9/2013 at 8:09 pm This didn't work for me at all. https://c-command.com/forums/showthread.php/3697-Cannot-Create-a-DMG-PLEASE-HELP! Fair enough, it needs root access for mucking about with hardware. Neal Stephensen says "GUI = limited to predefined actions", not "GUI = something that'll wipe your data and it's your fault for trusting it to do what it said it would if its a public file, find an MD5/SHA1 hash and compare yours.
thank you for your help john Reply Rodney May 30, 2015 I followed David's very detailed class to create a bootable flash drive and then used it to install Yosemite on his comment is here Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.3 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Well, it is a GUI power user tool on an Unix-based system. I drag the Volume icon into to DropDMG window. 3.
Was able to get a lab machine to shut up and take a reimage without having to repartition, thanks. And if it is not sufficient to fix all the errors, it’s probably better to use a recovery partition instead of using damaged tools from a damaged partition, don’t you think? EveryAppleAd 2,341,576 views 15:32 Learn the Mac In Under An Hour - Duration: 53:27. http://fullflash.net/unable-to/unable-to-scan-internal-error-dmg.html Reply Quote 0 Nagesh last edited by @error @error said:Wait, the guy who wrote Cryptonomicon?
yes Reply Quote 0 Loading More Posts 20 Posts 4275 Views Reply Reply as topic Log in to reply 1 / 1 × Looks like your connection to What the At first, I thought this might be because I had DropDMG installed on Snow Leopard 10.6.8... But with valid commands.
Saved me a lot of effort. As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you have been placed in read-only mode. I have tried it on Snow Leopard 10.6.8.... Fingers crossed.
Error asr: image scan failed - internal error. Now drag the external drive from your desktop to the terminal. IMO, it's better to just put a bootable backup/clone onto an ext FWHD. navigate here Since the process was scanning for about 1 hr is this a fake warning?
macessentials 4,019,042 views 5:11 Thirty years of Mac ads (1984-2014) - Duration: 15:32. Reply Aaron says: 1/27/2012 at 11:49 am How did you do that? Let us know a. The larger partition was to be used as my imac image of SL.
Basically I'll do whatever will work!!thanks again Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by baltwo,★Helpful baltwo Apr 10, 2012 12:25 PM in response to red4vr Level 9 (62,256 points) When you need the path, then you can click and drag the appropriate device to the terminal window and its path will be determined and put in the command you're entering. Loading... Anyone know how to fix it?
sudo asr –noverify –source /Volumes/xxx/osx_leopard_snow.dmg –target ‘/Volumes/UNTITLED 1' Reply Yannick says: 2/10/2010 at 6:47 am Really useful! Btw, # is for root users. Reply to this comment Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I create a dmg file with Disk Utility of my boot parition and save to my data hard drive.
Got a tip for us? mounted the iso and the restore to usb worked with no problems,.