my partition HDD scenario :
- C: Windows10 300 Gb
- D: ExFAT 500 Gb
- E: ElCapitan 50 Gb
====Having tried a few steps but still no result =====
#1 I just reformat my E: with Disk Utility from the El Capitan Installer but it says "Mediakit not enough disk space". I repeat it many times with different partition size but it has no effect.
#2 I reformat my E: by accessing Terminal from the Installer. (for example my E: is disk0s6).
diskutil unmountDisk force disk0s6
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/disk0s6 bs=1024 count=1024
diskutil partitionDisk disk0s6 GPT JHFS+ "Elements" 0g after this step it fails...something like I must format a whole of the disk, not partition....maybe? it's a bad scenario, not worth it.
#3 I reformat my E: to HFS+ with Gparted... but no luck the format is readable to El Capitan Installer but it doesn't allow me to continue installing El Capitan while on choosing Disk partition, and it says the format disk is not extendable or some kind of it, I'm forgetting.
is there any alternative ways ??? Thanks.
The installer (Clover) from this thread viewtopic.php?f=24&t=4619[center][b]Post Merged[/b]
[/center]solved by reformat my partition with Gparted to HFS+, and then booting to El Capitan Installer and then repair the disk by following menu > Disk Utility > First Aid after that I enable journaling at the partition....bang! its working to continue the installation progress.
AMD FX-9830P (Bristol Ridge) with Radeon R7 Graphic 1GB DDR4
Radeon RX 560 Series 4GB GDDR5 (Switchable Graphic)
RAM DDR4 8GB
HDD 1TB SATA (AHCI Controller)
Mainboard Chipset AMD K15 IMC Southbridge AMD Carrizo FCH
BIOS Asus version 302
Complete Install :
Windows 10 -1809
High Sierra 10.13.1 unsupported drivers detected (trying hard to fix it with available hardware, have no plan yet to upgrade/buy new hardware)
VMware is the best option