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Título:

Disk Repair can't fix HDD, legal documents and freedom in jeopardy

Texto:

My iMac is old, I won’t deny you that but it has always been in good shape. Recently, during the pandemic, it stopped starting up, taking a loong time to load and eventually turning itself off. I did the hard reset by pressing the button in its back for 10 seconds, turned it on again and then it took me to “Os X utilites” where I chose “Disk Repair”. Following quick instructions I found on the internet, I was able to try to use the “First Aid” function with no success. I got the message “First Aid process has failed. If possible back up the data on this volume. Click done to continue”- which makes me very sad since I have legal documents I depend on to defend myself against mexican authoritarian corruption. I wish to be able to take out the data with external drives, I hope it’s possible. [br]
My iMac is old, I won’t deny you that but it has always been in good shape. Recently, during the pandemic, it stopped starting up, taking a loong time to load and eventually turning itself off. I did the hard reset by pressing the button in its back for 10 seconds, turned it on again and then it took me to “Os X utilites” where I chose “Disk Repair”. Following quick instructions I found on the internet, I was able to try to use the “First Aid” function with no success. I got the message “First Aid process has failed. If possible back up the data on this volume. Click done to continue”- which makes me very sad since I have legal documents I depend on to defend myself against mexican authoritarian corruption. I wish to be able to take out the data with external drives, I hope it’s possible. [br]
 
Recently, during the pandemic, it stopped starting up, taking a loong time to load and eventually turning itself off. I did the hard reset by pressing the button in its back for 10 seconds, turned it on again and then it took me to “OS-X Disk Utilities” where I chose “Disk Repair”. Following quick instructions I found on the internet,
 
'''SYSTEM'''I was able to try to use the “First Aid” function with no success. I got the message “First Aid process has failed. If possible back up the data on this volume. "Click done to continue”
'''SYSTEM'''I was able to try to use the “First Aid” function with no success. I got the message “First Aid process has failed. If possible back up the data on this volume. "Click done to continue”
 
Apple iMacWhich makes me very sad since I have legal documents I depend on to defend myself against mexican authoritarian corruption. I wish to be able to take out the data with external drives, I hope it’s possible. [br]
Apple iMacWhich makes me very sad since I have legal documents I depend on to defend myself against mexican authoritarian corruption. I wish to be able to take out the data with external drives, I hope it’s possible. [br]
 
Serial number: W89050GQ0TL
 
Model number: A1225

24" / 2.93GHz / 4GB / 640GB / 256MB

[br]


'''When I clicked on “info” from the faulty hdd this came up:'''



Volume name —- Phoenix Arise

Volume Type —- Physical Volume

BSD device name —- disk0s2

File System —- OS X Extended

Connection —- SATA

Device tree path —- IODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/SATA@B/PRT0@0/PMP@0

Writable —- No

Is case-sensitive —- No

File System UUID —- 69F55DE5…

Volume Capacity —- 639,275,270,144

Available Space —- 0

Free Space —- 0

Used Space —- 639,275,270,144

Owners enabled —- No

Is encrypted —- No

Can be verified —- Yes

Can be repaired —- Yes

Bootable —- No

Journaled —- No

Disk Number —- 0

Partition Number —- 2

Media name —- Customer

Media type —- Generic

Ejectable —- No

Solid state —- No

Parent disks —- disk0



'''And the First Aid states the following:'''[br]




Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.

Checking extents overflow file.

Checking catalog file.

The volume Phoenix Arise could not be verified completely.

File system check exit code is 8.
'''SYSTEM'''
Model number: A1225

24" / 2.93GHz / 4GB / 640GB / 256MB

[br]


'''When I clicked on “info” from the faulty hdd this came up:'''



Volume name —- Phoenix Arise

Volume Type —- Physical Volume

BSD device name —- disk0s2

File System —- OS X Extended

Connection —- SATA

Device tree path —- IODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/SATA@B/PRT0@0/PMP@0

Writable —- No

Is case-sensitive —- No

File System UUID —- 69F55DE5…

Volume Capacity —- 639,275,270,144

Available Space —- 0

Free Space —- 0

Used Space —- 639,275,270,144

Owners enabled —- No

Is encrypted —- No

Can be verified —- Yes

Can be repaired —- Yes

Bootable —- No

Journaled —- No

Disk Number —- 0

Partition Number —- 2

Media name —- Customer

Media type —- Generic

Ejectable —- No

Solid state —- No

Parent disks —- disk0



'''And the First Aid states the following:'''[br]




Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.

Checking extents overflow file.

Checking catalog file.

The volume Phoenix Arise could not be verified completely.

File system check exit code is 8.
'''SYSTEM'''
 
Updating boot support partitions for* Model number: A1225
* 24" / 2.93GHz / 4GB / 640GB / 256MB
'''When I clicked on “info” from
the volume asfaulty HDD this came up:'''
Updating boot support partitions for* Model number: A1225
* 24" / 2.93GHz / 4GB / 640GB / 256MB
'''When I clicked on “info” from
the volume asfaulty HDD this came up:'''
 
File system verify or repair failed.* Volume name —- Phoenix Arise
* Volume Type —- Physical Volume
* BSD device name —- disk0s2
* File System —- OS X Extended
* Connection —- SATA
* Device tree path —- IODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/SATA@B/PRT0@0/PMP@0
* Writable —- No
* Is case-sensitive —- No
* File System UUID —- 69F55DE5…
* Volume Capacity —- 639,275,270,144
* Available Space —- 0
* Free Space —- 0
* Used Space —- 639,275,270,144
* Owners enabled —- No
* Is encrypted —- No
* Can be verified —- Yes
* Can be repaired —- Yes
* Bootable —- No
* Journaled —- No
* Disk Number —- 0
* Partition Number —- 2
* Media name —- Customer
* Media type —- Generic
* Ejectable —- No
* Solid state —- No
* Parent disks —- disk0
'''And the First Aid states the following:'''
File system verify or repair failed.* Volume name —- Phoenix Arise
* Volume Type —- Physical Volume
* BSD device name —- disk0s2
* File System —- OS X Extended
* Connection —- SATA
* Device tree path —- IODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/SATA@B/PRT0@0/PMP@0
* Writable —- No
* Is case-sensitive —- No
* File System UUID —- 69F55DE5…
* Volume Capacity —- 639,275,270,144
* Available Space —- 0
* Free Space —- 0
* Used Space —- 639,275,270,144
* Owners enabled —- No
* Is encrypted —- No
* Can be verified —- Yes
* Can be repaired —- Yes
* Bootable —- No
* Journaled —- No
* Disk Number —- 0
* Partition Number —- 2
* Media name —- Customer
* Media type —- Generic
* Ejectable —- No
* Solid state —- No
* Parent disks —- disk0
'''And the First Aid states the following:'''
 
Operation* Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.
* Checking extents overflow file.
* Checking catalog file.
* The volume Phoenix Arise could not be verified completely.
* File system check exit code is 8.
* Updating boot support partitions for the volume as
* File system verify or repair failed.
* Operation
failed…
I guess it goes along saying that I will be endlessly grateful for any sort of help that you could give, since I really fear to lose my legal documents.
Operation* Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.
* Checking extents overflow file.
* Checking catalog file.
* The volume Phoenix Arise could not be verified completely.
* File system check exit code is 8.
* Updating boot support partitions for the volume as
* File system verify or repair failed.
* Operation
failed…
I guess it goes along saying that I will be endlessly grateful for any sort of help that you could give, since I really fear to lose my legal documents.
 
I know those types of things should always be backed up, and I do have some of it, but not all and it is very important.
I know those types of things should always be backed up, and I do have some of it, but not all and it is very important.
 
I guess it goes along saying that I will be endlessly grateful for any sort of help that you could give, since I really fear to lose my legal documents. I know those types of things should always be backed up, and I do have some of it, but not all and it is very important. I got involved as a witness of a crime and the criminal was famous and had me jailed with no legal reason, in México it’s easy to buy judges for like 7 grand. So, when it rains, it pours, but I know I can rescue something from this. Thanks again for reading and considering. Saludos!
I guess it goes along saying that I will be endlessly grateful for any sort of help that you could give, since I really fear to lose my legal documents. I know those types of things should always be backed up, and I do have some of it, but not all and it is very important. I got involved as a witness of a crime and the criminal was famous and had me jailed with no legal reason, in México it’s easy to buy judges for like 7 grand. So, when it rains, it pours, but I know I can rescue something from this. Thanks again for reading and considering. Saludos!

dispositivo:

iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267
iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267

Status:

open

Editado por: LaernuSinatas ,

Título:

Disk Repair can't fix HDD, legal documents and freedom in jeopardy

Texto:

My iMac is old, I won’t deny you that but it has always been in good shape. Recently, during the pandemic, it stopped starting up, taking a loong time to load and eventually turning itself off. I did the hard reset by pressing the button in its back for 10 seconds, turned it on again and then it took me to “Os X utilites” where I chose “Disk Repair”. Following quick instructions I found on the internet, I was able to try to use the “First Aid” function with no success. I got the message “First Aid process has failed. If possible back up the data on this volume. Click done to continue”- which makes me very sad since I have legal documents I depend on to defend myself against mexican authoritarian corruption. I wish to be able to take out the data with external drives, I hope it’s possible. [br]
 
 
'''SYSTEM'''
 
Apple iMac
 
Serial number: W89050GQ0TL
 
Model number: A1225
 
24" / 2.93GHz / 4GB / 640GB / 256MB
 
[br]
 
 
'''When I clicked on “info” from the faulty hdd this came up:'''
 
 
Volume name —- Phoenix Arise
 
Volume Type —- Physical Volume
 
BSD device name —- disk0s2
 
File System —- OS X Extended
 
Connection —- SATA
 
Device tree path —- IODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/SATA@B/PRT0@0/PMP@0
 
Writable —- No
 
Is case-sensitive —- No
 
File System UUID —- 69F55DE5…
 
Volume Capacity —- 639,275,270,144
 
Available Space —- 0
 
Free Space —- 0
 
Used Space —- 639,275,270,144
 
Owners enabled —- No
 
Is encrypted —- No
 
Can be verified —- Yes
 
Can be repaired —- Yes
 
Bootable —- No
 
Journaled —- No
 
Disk Number —- 0
 
Partition Number —- 2
 
Media name —- Customer
 
Media type —- Generic
 
Ejectable —- No
 
Solid state —- No
 
Parent disks —- disk0
 
 
'''And the First Aid states the following:'''[br]
 
 
 
 
'''And the First Aid states the following:'''[br]
 
Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.
 
Checking extents overflow file.
 
Checking catalog file.
 
The volume Phoenix Arise could not be verified completely.
 
File system check exit code is 8.
 
Updating boot support partitions for the volume as
 
File system verify or repair failed.
 
Operation failed…
 
 
 
 
I guess it goes along saying that I will be endlessly grateful for any sort of help that you could give, since I really fear to lose my legal documents. I know those types of things should always be backed up, and I do have some of it, but not all and it is very important. I got involved as a witness of a crime and the criminal was famous and had me jailed with no legal reason, in México it’s easy to buy judges for like 7 grand. So, when it rains, it pours, but I know I can rescue something from this. Thanks again for reading and considering. Saludos!

dispositivo:

iMac Intel 24"
iMac Intel 24"

Status:

open

Editado por: LaernuSinatas ,

Título:

Disk Repair can't fix HDD, legal documents and freedom in jeopardy

Texto:

My iMac is old, I won’t deny you that but it has always been in good shape. Recently, during the pandemic, it stopped starting up, taking a loong time to load and eventually turning itself off. I did the hard reset by pressing the button in its back for 10 seconds, turned it on again and then it took me to “Os X utilites” where I chose “Disk Repair”. Following quick instructions I found on the internet, I was able to try to use the “First Aid” function with no success. I got the message “First Aid process has failed. If possible back up the data on this volume. Click done to continue”- which makes me very sad since I have legal documents I depend on to defend myself against mexican authoritarian corruption. I wish to be able to take out the data with external drives, I hope it’s possible. [br]
 
 
'''SYSTEM'''
 
Apple iMac
 
Serial number: W89050GQ0TL
 
Model number: A1225
 
24" / 2.93GHz / 4GB / 640GB / 256MB
 
[br]
 
When
'''When
I clicked on “info” from the faulty hdd this came up:up:'''
When
'''When
I clicked on “info” from the faulty hdd this came up:up:'''
 
 
Volume name —- Phoenix Arise
 
Volume Type —- Physical Volume
 
BSD device name —- disk0s2
 
File System —- OS X Extended
 
Connection —- SATA
 
Device tree path —- IODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/SATA@B/PRT0@0/PMP@0
 
Writable —- No
 
Is case-sensitive —- No
 
File System UUID —- 69F55DE5…
 
Volume Capacity —- 639,275,270,144
 
Available Space —- 0
 
Free Space —- 0
 
Used Space —- 639,275,270,144
 
Owners enabled —- No
 
Is encrypted —- No
 
Can be verified —- Yes
 
Can be repaired —- Yes
 
Bootable —- No
 
Journaled —- No
 
Disk Number —- 0
 
Partition Number —- 2
 
Media name —- Customer
 
Media type —- Generic
 
Ejectable —- No
 
Solid state —- No
 
Parent disks —- disk0
 
And





'''And
the First Aid states the following:[br]following:'''[br]
And





'''And
the First Aid states the following:[br]following:'''[br]
 
Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.
 
Checking extents overflow file.
 
Checking catalog file.
 
The volume Phoenix Arise could not be verified completely.
 
File system check exit code is 8.
 
Updating boot support partitions for the volume as
 
File system verify or repair failed.
 
Operation failed…
 
 
 
 
I guess it goes along saying that I will be endlessly grateful for any sort of help that you could give, since I really fear to lose my legal documents. I know those types of things should always be backed up, and I do have some of it, but not all and it is very important. I got involved as a witness of a crime and the criminal was famous and had me jailed with no legal reason, in México it’s easy to buy judges for like 7 grand. So, when it rains, it pours, but I know I can rescue something from this. Thanks again for reading and considering. Saludos!

dispositivo:

iMac

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: LaernuSinatas ,

Título:

Disk Repair can't fix HDD, legal documents and freedom in jeopardy

Texto:

My iMac is old, I won’t deny you that but it has always been in good shape. Recently, during the pandemic, it stopped starting up, taking a loong time to load and eventually turning itself off. I did the hard reset by pressing the button in its back for 10 seconds, turned it on again and then it took me to “Os X utilites” where I chose “Disk Repair”. Following quick instructions I found on the internet, I was able to try to use the “First Aid” function with no success. I got the message “First Aid process has failed. If possible back up the data on this volume. Click done to continue”- which makes me very sad since I have legal documents I depend on to defend myself against mexican authoritarian corruption. I wish to be able to take out the data with external drives, I hope it’s possible. [br]

[br]

When I clicked on “info” from the faulty hdd this came up:

“

Volume name —- Phoenix Arise

Volume Type —- Physical Volume

BSD device name —- disk0s2

File System —- OS X Extended

Connection —- SATA

Device tree path —- IODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/SATA@B/PRT0@0/PMP@0

Writable —- No

Is case-sensitive —- No

File System UUID —- 69F55DE5…

Volume Capacity —- 639,275,270,144

Available Space —- 0

Free Space —- 0

Used Space —- 639,275,270,144

Owners enabled —- No

Is encrypted —- No

Can be verified —- Yes

Can be repaired —- Yes

Bootable —- No

Journaled —- No

Disk Number —- 0

Partition Number —- 2

Media name —- Customer

Media type —- Generic

Ejectable —- No

Solid state —-  No

Parent disks —- disk0

And the First Aid states the following:[br]

Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume.

Checking extents overflow file.

Checking catalog file.

The volume Phoenix Arise could not be verified completely.

File system check exit code is 8.

Updating boot support partitions for the volume as

File system verify or repair failed.

Operation failed…

I guess it goes along saying that I will be endlessly grateful for any sort of help that you could give, since I really fear to lose my legal documents. I know those types of things should always be backed up, and I do have some of it, but not all and it is very important. I got involved as a witness of a crime and the criminal was famous and had me jailed with no legal reason, in México it’s easy to buy judges for like 7 grand. So,  when it rains, it pours, but I know I can rescue something from this. Thanks again for reading and considering. Saludos!

dispositivo:

iMac

Status:

open