Symantec PGP Encryption on Mac 10.8.2 causes not bootable icon
|Article:TECH198660|||||Created: 2012-10-19|||||Updated: 2012-12-10|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH198660|
Encryption of the Mac OS X disk on 10.8.2 with PGP 10.2.1 mp4 causes a gray screen to appear with the non bootable icon after a reboot.
After authenticating through bootguard, the Mac screen turns gray and a red non bootable icon is shown.
Mac OS X 10.8.X
Symantec PGP 10.2.1 mp4
The drive has had previous drive modifications made to it, such as dual-boot or previous encryption and was not restored back to its pristine state.
In this scenario, it is difficult to understand what exactly has happened to the disk, but a simple format of the disk does not resolve the issue.
If the affected drive in question is using a supported file system, and does not contain any unsupported file systems. See here for supported systemshttp://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH198383
If this is the case, re-partitioning the drive and re-installing Mac OSX should resolve this problem.
Using Disk Utility, create 3 or more partitions to break the current partitions, and then re-assign the disk 1 partition. Install Mac OSX on the disk and attempt to encrypt the drive.
This should allow the partition tables to be recreated and the disk should be pristine again.
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH198660