or you could:I just experienced an error when attempting to run Disk Utility "First Aid" on my entire SSD. The error message indicated that disk repair could not proceed, because there was something wrong with my EFI Volume. It's likely that I introduced this EFI error when making EFI changes and improperly shutting down - not sure. Anyway, to resolve this, I did the following in Terminal:
After manually repairing my EFI Volume, Disk Utility First Aid runs without issues on my full disk.
- run "diskutil list" to find the EFI Volume identifier (disk0s1 in my case)
- run "sudo diskutil mount <EFI Volume Identifier>" (replace <EFI Volume Identifier> with what you found in Step 1 (disk0s1 in my case)
- run "sudo diskutil repairVolume <EFI Volume Identifer>" (replace <EFI Volume Identifier> with what you found in Step 1 (disk0s1 in my case)
According to the specs on the HP EliteDesk 800 G4 Mini USB Ports, the front-right USB port is USB 3.1 Gen 1 with 1.5A current limit). The Type C port is USB 3.1 Gen 2 with 3A current limit. This is consistent with your observations. Looks like we should be using the Type C port for our "high current" devices.Thanks you but it not solved
I am thinking the case could be caused by a weak power supply adapter.
edit 1: type C port is ok ! not have that issue