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Unable to list files. I don't know what I should do next. Didn't dare to "write partition structure to disk" after I clicked enter.

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Should I? Warning: Devices opened with shared lock will not have their. Which do you want to use? First usable sector is 34, last usable sector is Partitions will be aligned on 8-sector boundaries. Total free space is sectors Please double-check your. Type "man sudo" for more information. To proceed, enter your password, or type Ctrl-C to abort.

What can I do to repair this corrupted partition? What I would try is going into disk utility from internet recovery and creating another partition on your HDD. Then, Install OS X Yosemite to it and once you boot into it, transfer all the files from the non-working El Captain partition to the working Yosemite partition. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy! Already have an account?

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I would download UBCD. Burn the iso to a CD. Note: Click the drive icon and not the mirror link for downloading the iso. At the Parted Magic desktop attach your 1tb external drive. See this guide on mounting your drives in Parted Magic. Create a folder on your 1TB drive called something like Recovery. Open this folder by double clicking.

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This will start testdisk. Follow the step by step guide. Do a Quick Search first. If partitions are found then highlight each and press the "P" key.

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Press "C" to copy and "C" to confirm. The files will be recovered to the folder on your 1TB drive. This will take awhile. If partitions are found then do the same procedure as I posted above. If no partitions are found on a deeper search post back. Edit: If you do not go with linux you can purchase a USB adapter similar to this. You may be able to find one local. Again, create a directory in the 1TB drive. Unzip the Testdisk file to the folder. The recovery if any will default to the Testdisk folder. Posted 01 October - PM. A Windows computer won't recognize the Mac disk format -- your only option would be to reformat it.

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Disk Partitioning error: How do I recover my files? Started by Lemontree1 , Sep 22 PM. Please log in to reply. Edited by Al, 22 September - PM.

Posted 22 September - PM You can't undo what you did. Chris Cosgrove. Posted 27 September - PM John, if it has any chance to recover my data i will do so. Posted 27 September - PM You can use a live linux disk to accomplish the same thing. Boot and at the menu screen select Parted Magic.