- Repair a Disk with Utility
How to Repair a Disk with Disk Utility?
Imagine a situation where your Mac computer has been facing some problems, and you are totally clueless about the cause of the issues. In such a situation, you can always rely on one of Mac’s features, the Disk Utility. See, the Disk Utility comes useful when you have one or more of the following problems. Use below guidance to know how to repair a Disk with Disk Utility.
- Your Mac’s performance has degraded
- You find certain contents in the Mac missing
- General Mac Maintenance
The following section will explain you the steps to repair a disk using Disk Utility.
- Launch your Mac computer.
- Click the Finder icon from Mac’s dock.
- Click the Applications option in the left pane.
- In the main window, double-click the Utilities folder.
- Another simple way of opening the Utilities is by using the shortcut keys, Shift + Command + U.
- The Mac OS Utilities will open. In this window, click the Disk Utility option and click Continue.
- Here, you can select the disk from the Disk Utility window.
- Now, click the View drop-down menu and select the Show all devices option.
- On the left pane of the Disk Utility window, select the disk you want to repair.
- Once you select your disk, the disk name and the properties will appear on the main screen.
- Click the First Aid button on the top pane of the Disk Utility window.
- Click Run to begin the repair of the disk.
- If the Mac system prompts you to enter the password to proceed with the repair, enter the Administrator password, and the repair will begin.
- Once the repair is completed, click the Done button.
Other disk repair, follow the same steps to repair a disk with disk Utility.