Mac Recovery Mode Disk Utility

Disk Utility is an inbuilt recovery tool for Mac operating systems. Usually, Disk Utility is used when your apps close unexpectedly. When you have a corrupted file, you need to remove or mount an external disk or format a disk. You might also use the disk utility to repair, partition, or create a volume on your external drive. To repair the disk error using the Mac Recovery Mode Disk Utility, follow the steps mentioned below.

Mac Recovery Mode Disk Utility
  • On your Mac, click the Apple menu available at the top-left corner of the screen.
  • Click Restart from the drop-down menu to restart your Mac.
  • When your Mac restarts, press and hold the Command + R shortcut keys until the Apple logo appears on the Mac screen.
  • This will direct you to the Mac recovery mode.
  • From the displayed result, choose the Disk Utility option and click Continue.
  • In the Disk Utility window, navigate to the left-side panel and click the Macintosh HD tab to repair your Mac computer.
  • If you wish to repair any external hard drive, you need to connect it to the Mac computer using a standard USB cable.
  • After selecting the hard drive, click the First Aid button followed by Repair Disk or Mac Recovery Mode Disk Utility.
  • If prompted, click the Run button to proceed with the recovery process.
  • It detects and fixes the problem associated with the hard drive automatically.
  • The process may take some time to finish.
  • If the recovery partition is damaged or failed to do the repair process, you need to enter the Internet Recovery mode to recover your hard drive.
  • You can also reinstall the macOS using the Recovery Mode.
  • If you have difficulties in using the Mac Recovery Mode Disk Utility, contact our technical support team for remote assistance by clicking the Call button available on this site.