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Updated EFI Mounter V3 renamed to EFI MountianShow

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Update: 2016-12-23
I did a bit of clean up so it would work more fluid on systems with multiple disks

Hi
I decided to update the EFI Mounter V3 to include show hidden files so I wouldn't need to have to multiple applications any how credits are of course due so here they are.

Created by Koen2X on 2008-12-06
Modified by MacMan on 2015-09-21 to use diskutil and added support for upto 10 volumes.
Modified by Carpentryplus25 on 2016-12-22 to add show hidden files


Warnings
Use at your own risk. I only made this script for my own person use.
I am not responsible for anything this may do to your system!
This script assumes that you do not have as existing volume with the name "EFI"
Sometimes Finder does not want to open or close the window.
I found Finder to be inconsistent when trying to reference the /Volumes/EFI directory.

Feel free to use it tested with Mac OS Sierra 10.12.2. Its attached

Happy hacking
 

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what is it showing as "untitled" on DiskUtility: disk0s1 ?
when I try to erase it or mount it then I get this message:
209.7MB Sata internal Physical Volume MS-DOS (FAT)

I need just create EFI folder on my SSD disk but clover every-time got error massage.

how can I mount or rename or erase this partition, maybe there is some problem?

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your EFI partition shouldn't show up in disk utility even if it is mounted. The only way to correct this that I know of is a fresh repartitioning in disk utility of the entire drive. This doesn't mean you have to loose all your info though. You should do some form of backup first of your essential files documents, music, pictures, apps, etc. then boot off you usb installer and repartition the drive and reinstall. Before doing so please open terminal and run diskutil list and post the output here first.
 
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