When I started the install for Mac OS 9.1 it told me that Disk First Aid found a problem with the disk and could not repair it. After installation I went back and tried to repair the disk but gave me the following:
Checking disk “iMac HD”.
Checking "Mac OS Standard" volume structures.
Checking wrapper System file.
Checking "Mac OS Extended" volume structures.
Checking for locked volume name.
Checking extent BTree.
Checking extent file.
Checking catalog BTree.
Checking catalog file.
Problem: Invalid PEOF, 32268, 170
Test done. Problems were found, but Disk First Aid cannot repair them.
I didn't have these problems with 9.0.4. Anyone know what this means or has anyone had this error other than me?
BTW, the drive is not the original factory installed 4GB drive that came with my Rev. B iMac. It's a 30GB Digital Western... if that makes any difference. Also, Drive Setup was successfully able to update the driver to the disk.
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