Usually, even if something can be done at command line, the GUI simply won't allow it because users get into too much trouble. Only one partition can be the active partition. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply ImMrE, Apr 15, 2012 ImMrE thread starter macrumors newbie Joined: Apr 14, 2012 #15 Thanks. Here is the only evidence I can find that at one point the HD was 500gb. (I have no idea why it disagrees with everything else.) Notice the available and used http://blogeurope.net/unable-to/gpt-show-error-bogus-map.php
The bootmgr file is located in the Win7x64 recovery partition, which is listed as "System, Active, Primary" in Computer Management. Edit: The GPT table doesn't exist. But seriously, if you get the entries wrong, it is a command line only tool after all, you will hose both Windows and Mac OS sides. It is already GPT. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4144252?start=945&tstart=0
Convert function! So the next question is how to fix this. Also, you have not indicated that you have any issues now. Boot Into Local Recovery The GPT was modified, the MBR perhaps also was not (or was later replaced with a Windows backup restore), but the file system was not successfully resized.
rEFIt? There is a very succinct post by Number88 here - https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5641066 Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by alprao, alprao Dec 18, 2013 8:42 AM in response to Loner Why, if you haven't changed anything? You say both partitions are bootable.
Advertise on MacRumors Our Staff Arnold Kim Editorial Director Email • Twitter Eric Slivka Editor in Chief Email • Twitter Juli Clover Editor Email • Twitter Joe Rossignol Editor Email • Gdisk Command Not Found Parallels Forums Home Forums > Parallels Cross-Platform Solutions > Parallels Desktop for Mac > Installation and Configuration > 3-Partitions scheme with Boot Camp and Parallels Desktop Discussion in 'Installation and Configuration' Support Apple Support Communities Shop the Apple Online Store (1-800-MY-APPLE), visit an Apple Retail Store, or find a reseller. Anyway, before you try that, post here the results of the gpt and fdisk commands.
Resize the Macintosh HD partition in order to leave an emtpy space between this partition and the Windows partition. Is there a way to restore Windows without it repartitioning the drive in the process? Unable To Open Device '/dev/disk0' For Writing! Errno Is 1! Aborting Write! Still in Snow Leopard, used Coriolis iPartition to create a second partition in the SSD of 12 GB (Microsoft FAT NTFS formatted). 6. Gdisk Unable To Open Device For Writing I noticed before upgrading in Disk Utility that it thinks my disk is using the MBR partition scheme.
Whilst OS X boots just fine, the Boot Camp partition now no longer shows up in the Startup Manager, though it does in the Startup Disk prefPane. http://blogeurope.net/unable-to/git-error-unable-to-create-file-invalid-argument.php The GPT is also missing the Windows partition. 5. You mean the second partition isn't visible in the Finder even when the virtual machine is not running? I'd say you've run into a nasty collision of events that are probably somewhat rare, at least on the Mac side. Screwed Up Mac Partition
Menus/commands are single characters followed by return/enter. i.e. Both partitions are bootable. –Yoda Nov 9 '15 at 17:53 | show 1 more comment 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 4 down vote accepted Considering the comments and this page I will try what you said.
Yes - My Mac HD is "Untitled 1" To be clear: I have previously wiped out the Windows side (Gone back to 1 partition) and I then used Bootcamp to and Install Gdisk Mac However, I am now unable to access my OSX partition in windows explorer (from my windows partition). It is still 800/200 according to the GPT and diskutil's resizevolume limits analysis. 3.
So I'm going to recreate a single Windows FAT32 partition using Boot Camp utility and start over. Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Loner T, Loner T Dec 19, 2013 5:28 PM in response to TimERTy Level 7 (24,601 points) Safari Dec 19, 2013 5:28 WinClone lets you select the partition and will store it in a single file that can be restored anytime. Testdisk The patch allows you to install Yosemite to a disk with a pure MBR partition table and not the default GUID partition table with a pMBR or hybrid MBR (if Windows
Follow the instructions in post #6 in the thread at http://forum.parallels.com/showthread.php?p=426817. I just did this in Lion 10.7.3 and it correctly obliterated the MBR, and remerged the Windows portion. I want to know why two results from fdisk were reported in your initial post. http://blogeurope.net/unable-to/fpdf-error-unable-to-create-output-file-asp.php Follow the Assistant until you get a Windows installed and working via BootCamp.
I see no evidence your disk was ever resized to 500/500. You may end up using testdisk (http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk) and looking for partitions.Bootcamp works fine. for help): pDisk /dev/disk0: 490234752 sectors, 233.8 GiBLogical sector size: 512 bytesDisk identifier (GUID): 00002069-31E3-0000-9669-00000C420000Partition table holds up to 128 entriesFirst usable sector is 34, last usable sector is 490234718Partitions will What I can tell you is Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X themselves have no problem with this MBR scheme.r
So it's reasonable for a backup-restore utility to restore the partition map, and the boot block, etc.