Unable to unmount APFS corrupted disk

playmo

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macOS
10.15.5
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Gigabyte Z370N WIFI
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Coffee Lake i5-8400 2.80GHz
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Intel UHD 630 1536 MB
#1
Hi guys, back again with another problem too big for me
this the scenario: I have 2 disks both with Mojave installed. The NVmE file system is damaged and i would like to erase the disk but it doesn't want to unmount. Because of is a NVmE I can't attach it using a USB box, I haven't got
I've tried booting in recovery of the working Mojave but disk is still in use by the Kernel, PID 0. Message is: Volume hackOS on disk1s1 failed to unmount: dissented by PID 0 (kernel)
I've tried with some command in terminal but it's always in use
I think kill the service PID 0 from Kernel it's a safe idea
Is there someone have a better idea?
Thank you very much
 

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playmo

New member
Joined
Jul 8, 2018
macOS
10.15.5
Mobo
Gigabyte Z370N WIFI
CPU
Coffee Lake i5-8400 2.80GHz
GPU
Intel UHD 630 1536 MB
#2
sorry, solved just using FORCE attribute
shame on me :)