689 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Mar 9, 2006 12:14 PM by ali brown
there is no download for Disk utility. If you are lucky you can extract it from the installer package of the Mac OS X Combined Update 10.3.9 using a shareware utility called Pacifist.
You also might want to read this: Using Disk Utility and fsck to resolve startup issues or perform disk maintenance
There are a number of topics on the Darwin/BSD question. I have only seen one topic where there was a terminal solution that seemed to work for that user. Most of the time it takes a complete reformat and reinstall.
Are you aware of any solutions or approaches?
PismoG4 550, 100GB 5400 Toshiba internal, 1 GB RAM; Pismo 500 OS (10.4.4) Mac OS X (10.4.5) Beige G3 OS 8.6
Hi Ali B,
i havent done any updates to my MAC OS X. The last thing i did to the Mac was using the Disk Warrior (as a startup), and from there on i was unable to startup from the HD again.
Yes, I am referring to the System installer CD which i had misplaced.. and unable to find..
Would you happen to know is there any other solution to solving my problem?
Hi Again e!
Why were you starting up with Disk Warrior?
Did you read, and follow the instructions, on the page that Gulliver posted a link to? Using Disk Utility and fsck to resolve startup issues or perform disk maintenance
And you best try harder to find those "misplaced" disks! There is no download for system disks.