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If you just need to get Windows 10 up and running to use a particular application once in a while, you can save a lot of hassle by just running Windows 10 in a virtual machine inside OS X using virtualization software like Parallels, VMWare Fusion or Virtual Box.

If any repair was made, you’ll see the prompt, “FILE SYSTEM WAS MODIFIED”.I would strongly recommend at this stage attempting to back up any data that is required before proceeding with the following steps.Some of the following steps are destructive and will lose ALL data on your drive. You can try booting from OS X Recovery (by holding ‘CMD’ ‘R’ keys at startup) or an external drive and use the command line to attempt to unmount or erase the disk: 1) Once booted from OS X Recovery, select Terminal from the Utilities pull down menu. Bit more drastic, but you can attempt to force a volume or the entire physical disk to unmount: FOR A VOLUME: 1) Using the Terminal application again, booting from OS X Recovery or an external bootable drive, Enter the following where ‘x’ is your disk identifier and ‘y’ is your volume identifier, (remember to use the ‘diskutil list’ command if you need to find out your disk and volume identifiers): 3) Attempt again to perform whichever task caused your ‘Couldn’t Unmount Disk’ error. FOR AN ENTIRE PHYSICAL DISK: 1) Using the Terminal application again, booting from OS X Recovery or an external bootable drive.You should also see the name of the disk such as ‘Macintosh HD’. Be sure you backup your files to an external drive or second internal drive, the following procedure will remove everything from the hard drive!We are now going to force erase the physical disk, creating a single Mac OS Extended (Journaled) volume.So the first thing to do is to startup the Mac from another bootable drive such as an external drive or OS X Recovery. An external drive or a network drive is preferred if it is the internal hard drive you have an issue with, since the OS X Recovery is a partition on the same physical drive which may not be able to successfully unmount or modify your internal disk.