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Old 02-17-2009
Saurabh78 Saurabh78 is offline
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Volume problem

WE are working on Mac and our end user getting a problem. WE are thinking, it due to the volume related.
He changed his HD name and anyhow the same disk is replicated on the system but have not any mount point. Anyone knows how to do it on my system. Or anything related on it. The disk information is as

Volumes:
HD:
Capacity: 107.64 B
Available: 72.7GB
Writable: Yes
File System: Journaled HFS+
BSD Name: disk0s2
Mount Point: /

Volumes:
disk0s2:
Capacity: 107.64 B
Available: 72.7GB
Writable: Yes
File System: Journaled HFS+
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Old 02-25-2009
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[QUOTE=Saurabh78;302288326]WE are working on Mac and our end user

I think this post will receive better response in an Mac OS/X forum

/ is the default mountpoint Macintosh HD uses.
You can check with fdisk /dev/rdisk0
if you have a valid partiotion table.

Try the harddisk utility tool which comes with your Mac.
It is the Applications/Utility directory.

With this tools you can check and repair.
But first of all try to make a backup copy.
For this you might need to boot your Mac from the OS/X cdrom by pressing the C button.
Hope this helps
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René
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