|Jan 27, 2013, 02:10 PM||#1|
OSX Recovery Disk Assistant...Weird Result...
I used the Apple OS X Recovery Disk Assistant [see http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4848 ] to create a bootable USB drive / partition that would enable me to reformat and reinstall OS X in the event of a serious drive failure [hence the reason for the external source]...
I was successful in that I can boot to the USB drive and get the usual screens...
The weird thing is that the USB drive lists the drive space as free ad unused [i.e. I can not see the files]...is this normal...is there a way to seethe files and why Apple design it as such...
Thanks in advance,
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