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Somehow, I was able to get DiskWarrior to recognize it as an unmounted drive and I installed a new directory.

In my experience, the process of un-mounting and mounting drives and partitions can actually precipitate mount errors which, as I said, can be resolved with a restart. Now this hint. Tools : OS Version : Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 Update Status : The current version is the latest version! Elvui I'm pretty cautious when it come to running just about any tool on my working, main, drive, but I have never found an issue with this program.

Thanks. But it's not clear you even tried it, or had a drive to try it on—or if you tried and it failed. I formated my HDD from hfs to fat. http://ipodlcdrepair.com/hard-drive/hard-drive-failure-causes.html To test whether the problem is with the new drive or perhaps the connections on your computer's motherboard, you would need to test the new drive using an external connection.

I have tried scanning and repairing the files on the main drive I have most things (specifically games) installed on. I played WoW for about a month with no problems as well. and i would look at something else . DU shows Unmounting disk for just a little over a minute before a msg comes up saying "Disk Erase failed with the error: Unable to write to the last block of

Share This:PrintEmailFacebookTwitterGoogleLinkedInRedditMoreTumblrPinterestPocket This entry was posted in Troubleshooting and tagged Disk Utility, diskutil, format, Hard Drive, OS X on April 5, 2014 by Topher Kessler. If you are going to end up getting a new computer, the USB 3 model will be sufficient. How out of date is your windows updates? Thanks very much!

Simon April 27, 2016 at 2:02 pm Great post! Its not popping up on my macbook pro desktop, im getting the "initialize, ignore etc" error, but its showing in diskutility. Try going to Nvidia's site and look for new drivers for your card. Reformatting or erasing using Disk Utility was no longer possible.