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Titel:

Cant boot, how do I make a backup?

Tekst:

Few problems. Some updates was happening, but something went wrong. Now, after typing in my password its trying to load for some time, eventually ending up with a black screen with a white circle and a line (like a forbidden sign). So I cant boot up.
 
* II have tried these steps :[br]
Tried


* Tried
booting up on a external Mac test disc with catalina. I can see my internal SSD, but theres the normal one called MacHD that seems completely empty? Then theres also another partition/drive called Data, which seems to have some wierd files.
* WhenWhen i try to use First Aid on MacHD, nothing happens. But when i try and use First Aid on the Data disc, it seems encrypted and asks for a code i dont remember (its not the same code as i use to login with)
* II have tried these steps :[br]
Tried


* Tried
booting up on a external Mac test disc with catalina. I can see my internal SSD, but theres the normal one called MacHD that seems completely empty? Then theres also another partition/drive called Data, which seems to have some wierd files.
* WhenWhen i try to use First Aid on MacHD, nothing happens. But when i try and use First Aid on the Data disc, it seems encrypted and asks for a code i dont remember (its not the same code as i use to login with)
* Is my SSD broken?
I’ve tried searching google for a Macbook Air 1466 SSD adapter to sata or USB. I can find one that pops up, but that shows it only works for the 1466 (2012) version, say what?
 
=== Update (02/18/2021) ===
@danj Last 3 questions :
 
# Where can I read that my A1466 (2017) SSD is compatible/the same as the 2015 SSD you mentioned earlier?
# If i get the adapter to work, is it even possible to copy over data from an encrypted SSD
# Is it possible to do a clean MacOS installation on a encrypted SSD ?

Apparaat:

MacBook Air 13" Early 2017

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: Dan ,

Titel:

Cant boot, how do I make a backup?

Tekst:

Few problems. Some updates was happening, but something went wrong. [br]Now, after typing in my password its trying to load for some time, eventually ending up with a black screen with a white circle and a line (like a forbidden sign). So I cant boot up.
Few problems. Some updates was happening, but something went wrong. [br]Now, after typing in my password its trying to load for some time, eventually ending up with a black screen with a white circle and a line (like a forbidden sign). So I cant boot up.
 

Now, after typing in my password its trying to load for some time, eventually ending up with a black screen with a white circle and a line (like a forbidden sign). [br]


[br]


So i cant boot up.
* I have tried these steps :[br]


- Tried

Tried
booting up on a external Mac test disc with catalina. I can see my internal SSD, but theres the normal one called MacHD that seems completely empty? Then theres also another partition/drive called Data, which seems to have some wierd files.[br]


- When
files.
* When
i try to use First Aid on MacHD, nothing happens. But when i try and use First Aid on the Data disc, it seems encrypted and asks for a code i dont remember (its not the same code as i use to login with)[br]


-
with)
*
Is my SSD broken?[br]


[br]


Ive
broken?
I’ve
tried searching google for a Macbook Air 1466 SSD adapter to sata or USB. I can find one that pops up, but that shows it only works for the 1466 (2012) version, say what?

Now, after typing in my password its trying to load for some time, eventually ending up with a black screen with a white circle and a line (like a forbidden sign). [br]


[br]


So i cant boot up.
* I have tried these steps :[br]


- Tried

Tried
booting up on a external Mac test disc with catalina. I can see my internal SSD, but theres the normal one called MacHD that seems completely empty? Then theres also another partition/drive called Data, which seems to have some wierd files.[br]


- When
files.
* When
i try to use First Aid on MacHD, nothing happens. But when i try and use First Aid on the Data disc, it seems encrypted and asks for a code i dont remember (its not the same code as i use to login with)[br]


-
with)
*
Is my SSD broken?[br]


[br]


Ive
broken?
I’ve
tried searching google for a Macbook Air 1466 SSD adapter to sata or USB. I can find one that pops up, but that shows it only works for the 1466 (2012) version, say what?
 
=== Update (02/18/2021) ===
@danj [br]


[br]


Last
Last 3 questions :

1 : Where can i read that my A1466 (2017) SSD is compatible/the same as the 2015 SSD you mentioned earlier?

2 : If i get the adapter to work, is it even possible to copy over data from an encrypted SSD?
@danj [br]


[br]


Last
Last 3 questions :

1 : Where can i read that my A1466 (2017) SSD is compatible/the same as the 2015 SSD you mentioned earlier?

2 : If i get the adapter to work, is it even possible to copy over data from an encrypted SSD?
 
3 :# Where can I read that my A1466 (2017) SSD is compatible/the same as the 2015 SSD you mentioned earlier?
# If i get the adapter to work, is it even possible to copy over data from an encrypted SSD
#
Is it possible to do a clean MacOS installation on a encrypted SSD ?
3 :# Where can I read that my A1466 (2017) SSD is compatible/the same as the 2015 SSD you mentioned earlier?
# If i get the adapter to work, is it even possible to copy over data from an encrypted SSD
#
Is it possible to do a clean MacOS installation on a encrypted SSD ?

Apparaat:

MacBook Air 13" Early 2017

Status:

open

Bewerkt door: simon jensen ,

Titel:

Cant boot, how do I make a backup?

Tekst:

Few problems. Some updates was happening, but something went wrong. [br]
 
 
Now, after typing in my password its trying to load for some time, eventually ending up with a black screen with a white circle and a line (like a forbidden sign). [br]
 
 
[br]
 
 
So i cant boot up. I have tried these steps :[br]
 
 
- Tried booting up on a external Mac test disc with catalina. I can see my internal SSD, but theres the normal one called MacHD that seems completely empty? Then theres also another partition/drive called Data, which seems to have some wierd files.[br]
 
 
- When i try to use First Aid on MacHD, nothing happens. But when i try and use First Aid on the Data disc, it seems encrypted and asks for a code i dont remember (its not the same code as i use to login with)[br]
 
 
- Is my SSD broken?[br]
 
 
[br]
 
 
Ive tried searching google for a Macbook Air 1466 SSD adapter to sata or USB. I can find one that pops up, but that shows it only works for the 1466 (2012) version, say what?
 
=== Update (02/18/2021) ===
@danj [br]
 
 
[br]
 
 
Last 3 questions :
 
1 : Where can i read that my A1466 (2017) SSD is compatible/the same as the 2015 SSD you mentioned earlier?
 
2 : If i get the adapter to work, is it even possible to copy over data from an encrypted SSD?
 
3 : Is it possible to do a clean MacOS installation on a encrypted SSD ?

Apparaat:

MacBook Air 13" Early 2017

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: simon jensen ,

Titel:

Cant boot, how do I make a backup?

Tekst:

Few problems. Some updates was happening, but something went wrong. [br]

Now, after typing in my password its trying to load for some time, eventually ending up with a black screen with a white circle and a line (like a forbidden sign). [br]

[br]

So i cant boot up. I have tried these steps :[br]

- Tried booting up on a external Mac test disc with catalina. I can see my internal SSD, but theres the normal one called MacHD that seems completely empty? Then theres also another partition/drive called Data, which seems to have some wierd files.[br]

- When i try to use First Aid on MacHD, nothing happens. But when i try and use First Aid on the Data disc, it seems encrypted and asks for a code i dont remember (its not the same code as i use to login with)[br]

- Is my SSD broken?[br]

[br]

Ive tried searching google for a Macbook Air 1466 SSD adapter to sata or USB. I can find one that pops up, but that shows it only works for the 1466 (2012) version, say what?

Apparaat:

MacBook Air 13" Early 2017

Status:

open