Disk Utility: MediaKit reports no such partition.

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  1. someguy macrumors 68020

    someguy

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    I have a LaCie d2 160GB hard drive hooked up via FW800 to my PowerBook and I've decided to resize some of the partitions on the drive. I've done this before without troubles, and running Verify/Repair Disk on the drive reports no errors, but when I go to resize any of the partitions on the drive, I get the following error:

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    What does this mean? Is there anything I can do to avoid formatting the drive? One of the partitions is my Time Machine backup drive and I don't want to have to format that.

    Thanks for any help. :)
     
  2. obelix112za macrumors member

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    I have the exact same problem, exept it's with my Macintosh HD. If I find a sulotion I'll post it on here, sae with you please.
     
  3. obelix112za macrumors member

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    Was just onto Apple Supportfor about 40 mins. Couldn't find a solution. They said it could be because of my Linux.

    Anyways, if I find something else I'll be back.

    Good Luck
     
  4. rty65tt macrumors newbie

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    I install rEFit
    reboot
    in rEFit select Partition tool
    answer "y"
     

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