Problem with SSD drive and erasing data
I'm having a problem with my SSD on my MacBook, It got currupted
So I went to Disk Utility tried to repair it said it wasn't possible, because it could not be unmounted.
So I tried to re-install OSX ( Catalina beta 4 ) and it say my drive hadn't enough space
Logged again, try to delete some files, but the files after emptied the trash, if I rebooted, where back to the HD.
So I formatted my external HD, installed OSX there, booted, and went to Disk Repair again, Erased my old HD ( the SSD one ), it still say that I need more 400mb to install OSX. Erased the partition, and still said I need more 400mb.
What can I do from here?
That is currently my situation, I'm running from an external HD, but when I go to disk utility and ask to erase the old partition, it does, but it doesn't work.
This print is just right after I erase the drive
And if I try to install a new OS on that drive, it says it doesn't have enough free room.
How do I erase this drive is the problem
Bu iyi bir soru mu?