Received my 2nd RunCore yesterday. I removed the working RunCore 32GB running OSX 10.5.6 and Type11v7.7 from my Dell mini-9 and connected both RunCore drives to USB ports on my iMac. I opened Disk Utility on the iMac and partitioned the new SSD
as GUID into one partition OSX Journaled; and then performed a clone on the new drive using the Disk Utility ‚ÄúRESTORE‚ÄĚ function. That appeared to go smoothly.
I removed the two SSDs from my iMac and installed the new, cloned drive in the mini-9. Attempted normal boot. The boot failed, of course. I restarted and entered SETUP and enabled USB boot and booted from my Type11,v7.7 USB stick and OSX opened normally, except that the icons were too wide (normal). I then attempted to run the MiniScript on the USB Stick.
Almost immediately I got a dialog box stating, AppleScript Error
mount_hfs: Invalid argument (1)
Below this text was a progress bar with diagonal lines running through it. Over the bar the words, ‚ÄúCurrent Operation: mounting EFI volume
I clicked OK and rebooted using the USB Stick with Type11,v7.7 and the -f character. Again OSX came up. This time I ran permissions on the new SSD
before attempting to run MiniScript. MiniScript failed in exactly the same manner.
Then I plugged the new SSD
into my mini-9 and erased it, repartitioned into one partition as GUID and used CarbonCopyCloner to make a clone of my original 32GB SSD
which was running perfectly. After making the clone in this manner I again installed the new SSD
and went through the same process with the same results: AppleScript Error
mount_hfs: Invalid argument (1).
Any thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated.
Dell Mini10v, 64GB RunCore Pro IV SATA SSD, 2GB Memory, A06 BIOS, 10.6.7, NBI 20100616212351, Bluetooth enabled (external dongle), USB Legacy disabled.