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Having a trouble with the Mac OS X El Capitan installation? Got this error message screen “OS X could not be installed on your computer – file system verify or repair failed” while installing El Capitan? Don’t worry. Today we are going to share how to fix this error message. We have two methods to fix this problems. The first method we are going to try is to scan your Mac hard drive using the Disk Utility, and if it doesn’t work we are going to re-install Mac OS X El Capitan through the Recovery Mode. Let’s get it started!

First Method – Disk Utility

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  • Fix #7: Enter Recovery Mode. If macOS still doesn’t install at this point, try to reinstall the entire operating system. You can easily do this when you enter Recovery Mode. For a detailed guide on what to do, start by restarting your Mac and holding the Option + CMD + R keys.
  • There are a number of things you can do to fix your Mac when you see the message: “macOS could not be installed on your computer.” If the problem is that you don’t have enough space, you can use CleanMyMac X to get rid of files you don’t need. Otherwise, go through the above steps one at a time until you’re able to install a new.

Step 01. Power off your Macbook or iMac completely.

Step 02. Turn on your Mac pressing and holding the Command + R Keys at the same time.

Step 03. Release the keys when you the Apple Logo appears.

Step 04. Please select Disk Utility and click on Continue.

Step 05. Select your hard drive and click on First Aid.

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Step 06. It will ask you to perform checking the hard drive (Would you like to run First Aid on “Your Hard Drive”). Please select Run.

Step 07. Wait until the processing is done and when the processing is finished, restart your Mac. (If this method didn’t work for you, we recommend you to re-install Mac OS X using the second method below.)

Second Method – Re-install Mac OS X

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Step 01. Power off your Macbook or iMac completely.

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Step 02. Turn on your Mac pressing and holding the Command + R Keys at the same time to boot into the Recovery Mode.

Step 03. Please select Reinstall OS X and click on Continues.

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Step 04. Now it will download and install the Mac OS X on your Mac computer. It will take some time to finish the installation process. Hope you successfully install El Capitan on your Macbook or iMac.