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Repair Hard Disks with fsck on macOS

When your hard drive starts to fail, Disk Utility might not be powerful enough to save you. Instead, you might want to turn to one of the big guns: fsck. fsck, which stands for “File System Consistency Check,” is a command-line tool that reviews and repairs the underlying structure of a hard drive. If you’re […] The post Repair Hard Disks with fsck on macOS appeared first on Apple Gazette.
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