Hard drive Utilty rename drive

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  1. Weaselboy Moderator

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    #2
    Run the command below in Terminal and post the output here so we can take a look what you have going on there.

    Code:
    diskutil cs list
     
  2. fanta thread starter macrumors regular

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    #3
    ah, i tried
    Code:
    diskutil list
    ... your command gives out this
    Code:
    CoreStorage logical volume groups (1 found)
    |
    +-- Logical Volume Group 3327FE7E-7E8C-4D7D-80EF-064E413B19F0
        =========================================================
        Name:         Ohne Titel 1
        Status:       Online
        Size:         499418034176 B (499.4 GB)
        Free Space:   18976768 B (19.0 MB)
        |
        +-< Physical Volume BCC5C52F-0371-40E9-9B5C-9259F66D382F
        |   ----------------------------------------------------
        |   Index:    0
        |   Disk:     disk0s2
        |   Status:   Online
        |   Size:     499418034176 B (499.4 GB)
        |
        +-> Logical Volume Family 85560194-3AD5-4241-9344-6F6A62AD5E75
            ----------------------------------------------------------
            Encryption Status:       Unlocked
            Encryption Type:         None
            Conversion Status:       NoConversion
            Conversion Direction:    -none-
            Has Encrypted Extents:   No
            Fully Secure:            No
            Passphrase Required:     No
            |
            +-> Logical Volume 3B335146-F493-431E-96B1-F3DA99BD4481
                ---------------------------------------------------
                Disk:                  disk1
                Status:                Online
                Size (Total):          499046735872 B (499.0 GB)
                Conversion Progress:   -none-
                Revertible:            Yes (no decryption required)
                LV Name:               OS X Yosemite
                Volume Name:           OS X Yosemite
                Content Hint:          Apple_HFS
     
  3. Weaselboy Moderator

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    #4
    First disconnect any other drives then run this command in Terminal.

    Then you should see the normal drive brand name on top with the volume name below in Disk Util. After that just open Finder and select the drive name and hit enter then rename it to what you want.

    Code:
    diskutil cs revert /
     
  4. fanta thread starter macrumors regular

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    #5
    That resulted in this

    Code:
    Started CoreStorage operation on disk1 OS X Yosemite
    Switching partition from Core Storage type to original type
    Reclaiming space formerly used by Core Storage metadata
    Even though the disk is now fully reverted, you should reboot soon to re-mount your reverted disk from the actual original partition
    Removing Physical Volume
    Destroying Logical Volume Group
    Remounting former Physical Volume as normal disk
    Core Storage LV UUID: 3B335146-F493-431E-96B1-F3DA99BD4481
    Core Storage disk: disk0s2
    Finished CoreStorage operation on disk1 OS X Yosemite
    
    and now my disk utility looks like this:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/42c3pvyvpmw784a/Screenshot%202014-10-27%2020.35.03.png?dl=0

    and here is
    Code:
    diskutil cs list
    Code:
    CoreStorage logical volume groups (1 found)
    |
    +-- Logical Volume Group 3327FE7E-7E8C-4D7D-80EF-064E413B19F0
        =========================================================
        Name:         Ohne Titel 1
        Status:       Online
        Size:         499418034176 B (499.4 GB)
        Free Space:   18976768 B (19.0 MB)
        |
        +-< Physical Volume BCC5C52F-0371-40E9-9B5C-9259F66D382F
        |   ----------------------------------------------------
        |   Index:    0
        |   Disk:     disk0s2
        |   Status:   Online
        |   Size:     499418034176 B (499.4 GB)
        |
        +-> Logical Volume Family 85560194-3AD5-4241-9344-6F6A62AD5E75
            ----------------------------------------------------------
            Encryption Status:       Unlocked
            Encryption Type:         None
            Conversion Status:       NoConversion
            Conversion Direction:    -none-
            Has Encrypted Extents:   No
            Fully Secure:            No
            Passphrase Required:     No
            |
            +-> Logical Volume 3B335146-F493-431E-96B1-F3DA99BD4481
                ---------------------------------------------------
                Disk:                  disk1
                Status:                Online
                Size (Total):          499418034176 B (499.4 GB)
                Conversion Progress:   -none-
                Revertible:            No
                LV Name:               OS X Yosemite
                Volume Name:           OS X Yosemite
                Content Hint:          Apple_HFS
    
    what happened?
     
  5. Weaselboy Moderator

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    #6
    Did you reboot after? It looks like the core storage reverted like it should.
     
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    #8
    Yeah... sorry I did not mention the reboot. A logical volume is created by either FileVault or now with Yosemite a default install on newer machines creates a core storage volume. Both result in that odd looking business in Disk Util.

    Glad you are all fixed up. :)
     
  8. fanta thread starter macrumors regular

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    #9
    but my recovery partition will still be fine, right?
     
  9. Weaselboy Moderator

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    Yep... should still be there. If you run than diskutil list command you should see the 650MB recovery partition.
     
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    #11
    Yup, its there. Thank you very much for your help Sir!
     

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