MacOS partition doesnt boot up and shows as FFFFFFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFF-FFFFFFFFFFFF

Quick specs: Macbook Pro Mid2012 500GB SSD thats been in the Macbook for around 4 years MacOS Mojave BOOTCAMP Windows (100GB)

Yesterday while I was browsing on Safari i refreshed a site and my Macbook Pro just hanged and the spinning cursor appeared when hovering over Safari, everything else seemed to be working, so i tried closing Safari via the dock (the icons still enlarged when i moved over then) but as soon as i right clicked on Safari the dock froze as well. So i gave it a few minutes to see if its going to unfreeze but it didnt. So naturally i restarted the machine only for it to show the circle with line across instead of the apple logo. I restarted it and held ALT. A “Mac” came up but not the “Windows” clickable thingy. I selected the Mac and again the same story with the line across the circle. Restarted the Mac again now holding Command-R for internet recovery. Opened Disk Utility and i could see this enter image description here Then i verified the “525.11 GB Crucial…” and i got this: enter image description here

Then i clicked repair volume and it said it was fixed so i restarted the Macbook but i still got the same cross thing and when i got back to Disk Utility and verified the volume again, it again gave me the same error. (forgot to add, tried to reinstall OSX but only the Windows partition showed up)

Fast forward to today I tried to do what i saw in this Stack Exchange. I removed the Windows partition and then removed the Mac one, then i tried to remount the OSX partition but i got no space available error enter image description here Now instead of showing disk0s2 and BOOTCAMP under the Crucial volume, it only shows the BOOTCAMP one. enter image description here


Heres the list before i tried to unmount: enter image description here

And after: enter image description here

Heres a few more pictures i took:

Heres me retrying to repair disk volume after the Macbook was turned off for a day (but before i unmounted it!!!). I tried to repair it a few times but getting th same error and then after like 3-5 times it just said it repaired. Verify still says theres an error but when i click repair it says its repaired enter image description here

Heres a repair volume in terminal, it gives me an error of unrecognized file system (also before i unmounted stuff)

-bash-3.2# diskutil repairVolume /dev/disk0s2 Error starting file system repair for disk0s2: Unrecognized file system (-69846) 

Heres the CoreStorage and a command i saw someone request it in some other Stack Exchange

-bash-3.2# diskutil cs list No Corestorage logical volume groups found -bash-3.2# gpt -r show /dev/disk0s2      start          size      index      contents          0     829890520 

Huawei E3131 modem shows as mass storage

I am on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and updated the sysytem to the latest. I use Huawei E3131 USB dongle to connect to the Internet. Recently I noticed that the dongle is not detected as a modem. When I run the command lsusb it shows as mass storage device.

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I have also installed usb_modeswitch on my system. I searched the Internet but could not find a solution. How to fix this issue to use this device as a modem.

nvidia-smi shows only system time and then blocks system

I am installing nvidia drivers on Ubuntu 18.04. I completed the process successfully once, and was able to run nvidia-smi to see my graphics card usage.

However, after reinstalling my operating system and the drivers, every time I run nvidia-smi it prints the system time and date and then prints nothing else. My system becomes unresponsive to all inputs, and I have to reboot.

I am not sure how to debug this issue. I have tried:

  • Nouveau is disabled and I have run update-initramfs
  • I have attempted to install other versions (410.xx and 418.xx)
  • I have tried reinstalling the OS and doing a fresh driver install. The issue persists.
  • I have installed using the scripts available on NVIDIA’s website as well as through apt-get by adding the graphics ppa repositories.

How should I try to get nvidia-smi running successfully?

Website disappearing from SERP but shows as positioned in Search Console

I am confused that a site I have recently (about a month ago) disappeared from the search engine rankings. I made a change to my page that should have increased the ranking because I had items not sizing in mobile aspects and a lot of placeholder content.

Since improving the part on the page my site does not appear on many of the queries it once placed on. I caught a structured data issue and fixed it, but it was for a sub page that was not placing for these queries.

In search console the position is showing 35 for 5/18. It has been around that position since I made the page changes. However, I go from page 1-12 of Google for that query and my site does not show at all.

Does anyone know what could be causing this?

IIS Manager shows “Start page” only and no web sites

I just created an AWS EC2 Windows Server 2019 and installed IIS, but the IIS Manager shows only “Start page” under Connections and nothing else.

I used Visual Studio 2019 Pro to create an ASP.NET web app and published it on localhost, but can’t browse it and need to use IIS Manager to debug the web app, but IIS Manager shows nothing.

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RAID1 shows up twice in fdisk

I have a RAID1 that I’m trying to mount in Ubuntu. When I enter

sudo fdisk -l 

I see the RAID show up twice at /dev/sdc and /dev/sdd. I don’t see anything different about the info under them so I’m wondering why I’m seeing it twice? It looks like:

ss113@haf-linux:/localRaid1$   sudo fdisk -l /dev/sdc Disk /dev/sdc: 1.8 TiB, 2000398934016 bytes, 3907029168 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disklabel type: dos Disk identifier: 0x7e7b1232  Device     Boot  Start        End    Sectors  Size Id Type /dev/sdc1  *      2048     718847     716800  350M  7 HPFS/NTFS/exFAT /dev/sdc2       718848 3906990079 3906271232  1.8T  7 HPFS/NTFS/exFAT   ss113@haf-linux:/localRaid1$   sudo fdisk -l /dev/sdd Disk /dev/sdd: 1.8 TiB, 2000398934016 bytes, 3907029168 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disklabel type: dos Disk identifier: 0x7e7b1232  Device     Boot  Start        End    Sectors  Size Id Type /dev/sdd1  *      2048     718847     716800  350M  7 HPFS/NTFS/exFAT /dev/sdd2       718848 3906990079 3906271232  1.8T  7 HPFS/NTFS/exFAT 

I’m tried to mount the /dev/sdc one and it says:

ss113@haf-linux:/localRaid1$   sudo mount /dev/sdc /localRaid1/ mount: /localRaid1: unknown filesystem type 'isw_raid_member'. 

I read that I have to use mdadm first on it?

For the record if you’re wondering why it is formatted as HTFS/exFAT is because I have dual-booting with Windows and I later added Ubuntu to the mix.

If you are interested here is the full fdisk -l that lists everything on the system: https://pastebin.com/ScwhK6Qm

ADB pull shows “not a directory” when attempting to copy data from android internal storage

This is the command I used: adb pull -p -a /storage/

I also tried adding a destination directory like this: adb pull -p -a /storage/ C:\

same issue. This is the response I get:

adb: error: cannot create 'C:\a\storage\sdcard0\MEGA\MEGA Downloads\E 005 **************副音声~\********\www.******.net.png': Not a directory 

I removed some parts of the directory for personal reasons, but just in case it’s relevant to this issue: part of the path has fairly long Japanese text, other parts have spaces as you can see.

I know windows has issues with spaces and long paths but how do you solve this kind of issue? is it possible to make ADB rename the problematic folders, or if not possible can I make it ignore them so that the process continues anyway?

Any help is appreciated, thanks!