MacBook Air's SSD corrupted

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  1. anonymous4ever, Jan 3, 2015
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    anonymous4ever macrumors newbie

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    Hey,

    Yesterday I was resizing my bootcamp partition, it was working fine until I rebooted my Macbook Air.

    -Mac OSX was showing circle with a line
    -Bootcamp was showing operating system missing
    -Recovery mode is missing as well

    Which means my SSD corrupted because of resizing partition...

    Is there anyway to fix this problem?

    Thank you, it means a lot to me.
     

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  2. Weaselboy Moderator

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    Try a command-option-r (all three keys at once) boot to Internet recovery. After you select your wife you will see a spinning globe while the recovery utility downloads. Then you will see this screen.

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    From there start Disk Utility and go to the erase tab and format the entire disk to Mac OS Extended (Journaled) then quit Disk Utility. Now click reinstall OS X at the top and that will download and install the OS that came from the factory.

    This will of course erase any data you had on there.
     
  3. anonymous4ever thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I started it 8 hours ago and still not done ⊙.⊙

    It's not showing the time too.
     

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  4. poiihy macrumors 68020

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    *wifi :p
     
  5. Weaselboy Moderator

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    Dang... how's your wifi speeds there? That should only take a few minutes to popup the recovery utility.

    Fat fingers every time my friend. :D (I hope my wife does not see this :mad:)
     
  6. anonymous4ever thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I Shut down my MBA and run internet recovery again.

    It worked this time, maybe it was a bug before.
     

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  8. benthewraith macrumors 68040

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    If you have access to another Mac, download the OS and create a bootable install USB. If the SSD continues to give errors, it means you will have to take it to an Apple Store to get a logic board replacement.
     
  9. anonymous4ever thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I tried cmd+alt+p+r and did internet recovery again and it worked.

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    Now I'm installing OS X , thanks and it really means a lot to me. ##
     

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