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I had the same problem a lot and what I've learned so far: doing a successful fsck is essential. As this is not working at your machine I think this should be your approach for a fix: which version of hfsprogs / fsck.hfsplus have you installed? on my machine (running Debian) I installed it from source (using the downloads from a different source) wget ...


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I think that your problem is basically how to turn off journaling without using OSX. This requires the binary editing (hacking) of the disk header, and as a result the disk space taken up by the journal will probably be lost. Here are pointers to two rather similar C programs that claim to do just that : Program 1 Program 2 I cannot guarantee that ...


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The original file is definitely lost, unless Time Machine managed to make a copy. However, you may want to check the autosave folder at ~\Library\Application Support\Microsoft\Office\Office 2011 AutoRecovery for the old file. Most probably this won't help though, since Excel should have saved the new file contents there as well.


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When data is overwritten, you write some cases iover the same file allocation place, so you are unavailable to recover that data because it changes, in other cases you data is saved in non contiguous place so you are avaliable to recover if it lost with many Data Recovery Software as PhotoRec avaliable to OSX too. Usualy Office Software works in second way. ...


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As we found out in the comments, there are two possible problems at hand here: You are trying to run the copy as a regular user. This may cause reading the source files to fail because you don't have read permissions to them. This is easily corrected by running the copying through sudo just like you did the mount. You get cp: omitting directory Documents/ ...


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Paragon's HFS solution appears to be the optimal solution in this case; it's free and provides the most features at no cost. Here is a direct link: https://www.paragon-software.com/home/hfs-windows-free/ Most of the other options cost around 20 USD...


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Finally I've figured it out, how to sort out this error. It is absolutely unnecessary to have GRUB to see all of file systems. You can just instruct GRUB to bypass all operations and to chain load the next bootloader (Chameleon in my case). So I ended up with this in my /etc/grub.d/40_custom: menuentry "OS X" --class macosx --class os { insmod ...



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