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rich123321

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 25, 2010
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Hi all. Have had some issues and admittedly I am not the best at this.

I have 2 partitions, Mac and Windows.
I installed Windows outside of bootcamp. I erased my personal Mac partition so I can do a fresh install of MacOS (and combine the free space from the erased Windows partition) however I am unable to allocate the free space. I am attaching all the relevant info below. Could someone please help, the free space doesn't show up in the partition tool of diskutil.

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Code:
admin@Richards-MacBook-Pro ~ % diskutil apfs list
APFS Container (1 found)
|
+-- Container disk1 5FDAA8DA-9F76-4B73-B6B5-93128A2B8738
    ====================================================
    APFS Container Reference:     disk1
    Size (Capacity Ceiling):      88360333312 B (88.4 GB)
    Capacity In Use By Volumes:   22561837056 B (22.6 GB) (25.5% used)
    Capacity Not Allocated:       65798496256 B (65.8 GB) (74.5% free)
    |
    +-< Physical Store disk0s2 30281843-E77C-4017-9D2F-17C04F4EE0F0
    |   -----------------------------------------------------------
    |   APFS Physical Store Disk:   disk0s2
    |   Size:                       88360333312 B (88.4 GB)
    |
    +-> Volume disk1s2 10D5FE8C-8608-465B-AFA8-833CB9C96733
    |   ---------------------------------------------------
    |   APFS Volume Disk (Role):   disk1s2 (Preboot)
    |   Name:                      Preboot (Case-insensitive)
    |   Mount Point:               /System/Volumes/Preboot
    |   Capacity Consumed:         338698240 B (338.7 MB)
    |   Sealed:                    No
    |   FileVault:                 No
    |
    +-> Volume disk1s3 0FABACDC-146D-4A1A-AD7E-418C21F17952
    |   ---------------------------------------------------
    |   APFS Volume Disk (Role):   disk1s3 (Recovery)
    |   Name:                      Recovery (Case-insensitive)
    |   Mount Point:               Not Mounted
    |   Capacity Consumed:         1135362048 B (1.1 GB)
    |   Sealed:                    No
    |   FileVault:                 No
    |
    +-> Volume disk1s4 9A34CC5A-A352-4C55-A9E8-23DCCDCA2FC2
    |   ---------------------------------------------------
    |   APFS Volume Disk (Role):   disk1s4 (VM)
    |   Name:                      VM (Case-insensitive)
    |   Mount Point:               /System/Volumes/VM
    |   Capacity Consumed:         1075171328 B (1.1 GB)
    |   Sealed:                    No
    |   FileVault:                 No
    |
    +-> Volume disk1s5 A064EF15-973A-443A-B9D3-FE320AC72E1F
    |   ---------------------------------------------------
    |   APFS Volume Disk (Role):   disk1s5 (Data)
    |   Name:                      Macintosh HD - Data (Case-insensitive)
    |   Mount Point:               /System/Volumes/Data
    |   Capacity Consumed:         4576948224 B (4.6 GB)
    |   Sealed:                    No
    |   FileVault:                 No
    |
    +-> Volume disk1s7 F7CBF0C9-8677-43EB-B506-B45D3F8A7055
        ---------------------------------------------------
        APFS Volume Disk (Role):   disk1s7 (System)
        Name:                      Macintosh HD (Case-insensitive)
        Mount Point:               Not Mounted
        Capacity Consumed:         15311069184 B (15.3 GB)
        Sealed:                    Broken
        FileVault:                 No
        |
        Snapshot:                  C4B4A4EB-D24A-4B16-8900-A592AAF1C219
        Snapshot Disk:             disk1s7s1
        Snapshot Mount Point:      /
        Snapshot Sealed:           Yes
 

chown33

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Aug 9, 2009
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The first thing you'll need to do in Disk Utility is change the view so it shows all devices, instead of just the disk volumes.

Since free space is space not assigned to any volume or container, it simply won't appear unless you're in "Show all devices" view.
 

Fishrrman

macrumors Penryn
Feb 20, 2009
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Tell us which version of the OS you want to install.
Tell us how you are booting up now:
- recovery partition?
- internet recovery?
- something else?

To do any kind of real "surgery" on the internal drive, you must either:
- boot to INTERNET recovery (NOT "the recovery partition")
or
- boot from an external drive.

Internet recovery:
Command-OPTION-R at boot.
 
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