Problemi di inizializzazione


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Ciao a tutti,

di solito non ho bisogno di annoiarvi con i miei problemucci perchè trovo le soluzioni con il cerca, ma oggi non sono così fortunato.

Oggi ho preso un nuovo hard disk esterno da 1 tb, verbatim. Una volta connesso ho deciso di formattarlo in mac os esteso (journaled) ma oltre a metterci troppo (è ormai un'oretta che va avanti) c'è una inquetante scritta in basso:

newfs_hfs: /dev/rdisk1s1: partition size not a multiple of 4k

Non so che fare, lasciarlo andare e aspettare oppure spegnerlo brutalmente e vedere di rifare tutto dall'inizio.

Se avete consigli sono benvenuti!

Ah si, uso un imac intel con tiger.

Grazie!

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Ha funzionato ci si mette 5 minuti appena, posto qui le istruzioni per chi dovesse riscontrare il mio stesso problema!

Open Finder > Applications > Utilities > Disk Utility

Select the external drive and click on the Partition tab

Click on the Current Volume Scheme drop-down menu and divide the drive into 2 (or more) partitions ............I did not do this....I created one!!!!!

Click Options. From the Partition Schemes provided, click on the GUID Partition Table radio button. Click OK.

Click Apply. The Partition Disk screen opens.

Click Partition. At this point, the volume dismounts from the desktop and the drive is partitioned and formatted into multiple drives with GUID Partition Table scheme.

Note: When Volumes are created, Time Machine may open asking if you would like to use the volume for backups. Click Cancel to proceed.

When finished, select the Disk Utility from the Apple Menu and choose Quit Disk Utility (recommended)

Relaunch the Disk Utility, select the external drive

and click on the Partition tab

Click on the Current Volume Scheme drop-down menu and select One (1) partition.

Click Options. From the Partition Schemes provided, click on the Apple Partition Map radio button. Click OK. Select other options as desired (e.g., Volume Name, Install Mac OS 9 Drivers, etc.).

Click Apply. The Partition Disk screen opens.

Click Partition. At this point, the volume dismounts from the desktop and the drive is partitioned and formatted into multiple drives with Apple Partition Map scheme.

Note: When Volumes are created, Time Machine may open asking if you would like to use the volume for backups. Click Cancel to proceed.

When finished, select the Disk Utility from the Apple Menu and choose Quit Disk Utility (recommended)

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