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JunMacTech
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Originally Posted by lil
When you boot the Macs, hold down command + s to enter single user mode.

then from the prompt run:

fsck -fy

That does a more rigorous check than Disk Utility can - keep running it until the errors are cleared. You can then boot into the GUI with 'exit' (minus the quotes) and enter at the prompt.

Vicky
Ya know, I tried to boot to single user mode. It went into darwin, showed me everything it was doing to boot, then went into the normal login. I couldnt get a prompt to save my life. On a good note, I just went through 5 of the 9 new ones and they are all working as expected: beautifully.
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