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  • 15-09-2013, 06:45 PM
    Samuel

    Re: iMac reports invalid volume/directory counts after running Disk Utility

    Dear Friend...

    As I find the solution of your problem, then i got to know that this is not only your problem, Many users face the same issue and still waiting to find the solution. But the solution is here,

    What you need to is to reboot your installation disk. Once you have finish this then you just open your Disk Utility menu. From their, choose your hard disk for repair. After that, you need to call your Apple Support Center which you can contact via mail or telephone no which you can get from its website as well. Now ask for the original serial key. When you get the key, just put that in your utility disk so that it become updated with original. Because you are using a old disk with an outdated serial key which update after contacting from Apple.

    Hope this issue sort your problem some where,
    Thank you once again.

    Happy to help you,...
  • 07-03-2013, 10:35 PM
    Dark knight

    Re: iMac reports invalid volume/directory counts after running Disk Utility

    Hi hello .. When the iMac reports invalid / directory counts after running disk utility : Firstly restart your Device once . open the Disk utility menu Choose the hard disk to repair . fill in the product key . make sure that you've entered the right key . or else get it from the official site . Thank you...
  • 22-02-2013, 07:23 PM
    ANKUR

    Re: iMac reports invalid volume/directory counts after running Disk Utility

    Hello Sir,

    I have take a review of the statement that you have present to us in regarding to your problem.
    I have a simple solution to your problem.For the solution you simply have to follow me as below::::::::>>>>>>

    According to me you should have to root your disk and after that you simply have to re install that.

    You simply first have to go to the menu.

    Then to the hard disk.

    Repair.

    Here you have to fill the product key that you will get at the time of new buying the product.

    I am sure that after doing this you will get the solution to your problem.

    Thanks.
  • 29-01-2013, 01:19 PM
    Shibbu

    Re: iMac reports invalid volume/directory counts after running Disk Utility

    Welcome User..

    I think your Mac DVD Drivers are very old and may be they are not supported with that.
    Here i request you to download new sound drivers from the Apple Store websites and install them.
    After installing the latest drivers, this problem will be solved.

    Hope it help you,
    Thank you..
  • 27-12-2012, 07:14 PM
    harinder kaur

    Re: iMac reports invalid volume/directory counts after running Disk Utility

    hii frnd

    as per your problem...I think you have to replace DVD driver......

    this may help you

    or goto computer center for repairment....

    thanku
  • 09-12-2012, 08:00 AM
    samerjeet singh

    Re: iMac reports invalid volume/directory counts after running Disk Utility

    First of all check your disk utility and change all your volume device like speakers microphones etc. Now check your volume driver software and download new software or change the version of current software present in you mac. Than your problem will be solved.
  • 19-10-2012, 11:50 PM
    Unregistered

    iMac reports invalid volume/directory counts after running Disk Utility

    When I run Disk utility on my iMac(OS X 10.6.8), it keeps reporting invalid volume/directory counts. Each time I restart from my Install DVD and repair the disk, thinking that this will solve error but the error still persists. What should I do to rectify this error?

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