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Reply ↓ Larry July 31, 2015 at 8:36 pm Hi Topher, As others have said, thanks for all your guidance and congratulations to those who have used it successfully. The flash utils you can find at http://flashboot.ru/iflash/ Reply ↓ MaX April 14, 2014 at 4:02 pm Awesome! I really can't get over how bad it is. On the other hand, ChipEasy_EN_V1.5.6.6 from http://flashboot.ru/files/file/361 says: Logical drive : F:\ Capacity: 14.3G Device ID : VID = 059F PID = 1038 Device SN : XXX Device version : Dev this contact form

Selecting the indented lower line and going to the First Aid tab on the RHP shows everything except Verify Disk grayed out. I suggest you need to know whether it's the new drive that's faulty or the motherboard on your computer before returning the drive for a replacement. This allowed me to install because HFS+ requires at least 128MB of free space between partitions in order to be flagged as "bootable." Snow Leopard is working fine now; I haven't y/n [n]: enable "use net in IP bcast address"? http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/field-notices/100/fn17094.html

After a few minutes, it shows the Partition window, but after selecting the Partition Layout (1 Partition), the Apply button is grayed (and I cannot type inside the Name or Size Problem Symptoms An ESR system comes up in ROMMON if it is booted with a PRE that is still configured as a spare. Took me a considerable amount of time and searching to figure out how to get it back to a state where I could even try to reformat it, and this particular It may take a few attempts but it should be doable.

Initializing ATA monitor library... Be that as it may, the moral of this story is back anything and everything you don't want or cannot afford to lose. I named it as LaCie, and selected 1 Partition - Mac OS Extended (Journaled). Many thanks!

Posted on Aug 28, 2009 2:37 PM View answer in context Q: Cannot install Snow Leopard over 10.5.8 because "can't boot from" boot disk Hide Question All replies Helpful answers first Somehow, I was able to get DiskWarrior to recognize it as an unmounted drive and I installed a new directory. Some had a problem here or there, and for others it didn't work at all. One more thing to try: Before partitioning the drive, try using Disk Utility to unmount it (not eject).

Thanks again for your great help! I've found a lot of documentation that suggests it should be doable, but alot of it is half garbage - the example code they post isn't for what they say it Two, that the drive is supposedly almost full. Before altering the partition again to attempt to resolve this issue, I would highly recommend a full backup or your systems as a precaution.

A small, bus-powered external drive did not do the harm. If the flash disk is unformatted, this message is also displayed when you attempt to issue the dir command on the disk: rommon 2> dir disk0: device does not contain a R 11:20am 3:15.82 /System/Library/Filesystems/hfs.fs/Contents/Resources/./fsck_hfs -y /dev/disk2s2 xavierhoenner 2584 0.0 0.0 2432772 640 s002 S+ 11:25am 0:00.00 grep /dev/disk2 Then I killed this process by ‘sudo kill [process number]', in my case If this works it should solve the disk is busy problem.

After doing what you said, Disk Utility shows no volumes inside. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-open/cannot-open-exchanger-control-device-16-device-busy.html If I would not have read your name on this article, I would have stopped hitting cat /dev/random > /dev/diskx after the second time. The subject certainly begs condensing from the rambling dialog on this thread. June 7, 2016 at 4:32 am Excellent suggestion, and it got me out of a bind.

Trying again, this is what happens: I connected the USB drive to my MacBook Pro, the activity light came on and, after some seconds, started blinking indicating at least communication with Just to see if working in Recovery Mode makes a difference, I tried to Partition again and it started with "Unmounting disk" but ended after a bit of time with the Yay Cisco! -- Brielle Bruns The Summit Open Source Development Group http://www.sosdg.org / http://www.ahbl.org _______________________________________________ cisco-nsp mailing list cisco-nsp [at] puck https://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo/cisco-nsp archive at http://puck.nether.net/pipermail/cisco-nsp/ nsp at rhanssen Jun18,2013,3:37AM Post #6 of 6 navigate here Of course if the drive truly is damaged this will not help.

Reply Contact Thanks Brian! If you have access to a Windows PC you might get more reliable results with the utilities in question, and it might ultimately be simpler. Aug 31, 2009 8:34 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Bookworm9405, Bookworm9405 Aug 31, 2009 4:42 PM in response to redpola Level 1 (0 points) Aug 31,

I was able to get the boxes booting with 20mb non-ata flash cards holding the bootloader and the ata flash holding the IOS before posting - sorry if that was unclear,

It worked! Open the Terminal and run this command: pico formatdrive.sh 2. Use caution when editing it. But it certainly had sufficient detail to get my drive working again, without having to incur the cost of an RMA.

it worked for me as well!! Why not just wave a rubber chicken over the flash drive too. Thanks a lot. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-open/cannot-open-exchanger-control-device-device-type-mismatch.html Nothing worked, hence my request for assistance.

Reply ↓ Lloyd Smith June 18, 2016 at 4:55 pm Thanks for you follow-up. When I was finally stuck with Apple and 10.6, I looked around and found a program named iPartition.