To fix this<br><br>Verifying volume “Macintosh HD”<br>Checking HFS Plus volume.<br>Checking Extents Overflow file.<br>Checking Catalog file.<br>Checking multi-linked files.<br>Checking Catalog hierarchy.<br> %)<br>Checking Extended Attributes file.<br>Checking volume bitmap.<br>Checking volume information.<br>Volume Header needs minor repair<br>The volume The volume sh HD needs to be repaired.<br><br>Error: The underlying task reported failure on exit<br><br><br>1 HFS volume checked<br> Volume needs repair<br>-------<br><br>I got the beach ball when trying to verfiy so I tried to force quit then got that error.<br><br>Btw could this have occured when I recently installed WOW on my computer?<br><br>
I still have Tiger. I didnt even know Leopard is out yet. <br>I just used the disc utility.<br>Thanks<br><br>Oh PS<br>When I get Leopard should I just do a clean install or just upgrade my current os?<br>
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