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Current version by: Dan ,

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unfortunately I can't wait for diskwarrior. i'm in need of something much sooner to repair the data on the disk for our customer
 
this is the error message I'm getting when trying to perform FSCK or first aid on the disk
 
"macbook first aid volume could not be verified completely"
 
I've tested the drive itself in DRIVEDX and it has 100% health. it's a 1 month old seagate firecuda 1tb1 TB SSHD. It's running the most up to date version of Mojave. I think her data is corrupt, because i've moved the drive to multiple MacBooks and get the same error.
I've tested the drive itself in DRIVEDX and it has 100% health. it's a 1 month old seagate firecuda 1tb1 TB SSHD. It's running the most up to date version of Mojave. I think her data is corrupt, because i've moved the drive to multiple MacBooks and get the same error.
 
and it's running the most up to date version of Mojave. I think her data is corrupt, because i've moved the drive to multiple macbooks and get the same error. I'dI'd like to repair the data, because if iI send her a new install of OSxOS-X, then she moves her data over, we'll have the same issue again.
and it's running the most up to date version of Mojave. I think her data is corrupt, because i've moved the drive to multiple macbooks and get the same error. I'dI'd like to repair the data, because if iI send her a new install of OSxOS-X, then she moves her data over, we'll have the same issue again.
 
isIs there anything else iI can do?
isIs there anything else iI can do?

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Original post by: dollartripclub ,

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unfortunately I can't wait for diskwarrior.  i'm in need of something much sooner to repair the data on the disk for our customer

this is the error message I'm getting when trying to perform FSCK or first aid on the disk

"macbook first aid volume could not be verified completely"

I've tested the drive itself in DRIVEDX and it has 100% health.  it's a 1 month old seagate firecuda 1tb SSHD.

and it's running the most up to date version of Mojave.  I think her data is corrupt, because i've moved the drive to multiple macbooks and get the same error.  I'd like to repair the data, because if i send her a new install of OSx, then she moves her data over, we'll have the same issue again.

is there anything else i can do?

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open