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trpnmonkey41

 
Member Since: Jul 22, 2003
Location: Hamilton College
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Mac Specs: 20" iMac C2D 2.16ghz, 13" MacBook 2.0ghz, 60gb iPod vid, 1gb nano

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Aside from bringing it to the apple store I have 3 things that might help

1) go to System Preferences - Startup Disk.....And make sure you OS X folder is selected

2) go to Applications - Utilities - Disk Utility......Select your Mac HD and click repair permissions

3) Restart the computer and hold down the Apple & S keys as soon as it starts to boot. When all the Unix mumbo jumbo is done loading type in /sbin/fsck -f and hit enter. If it repairs anything run it again. Once it says the HD is OK type in reboot and hit enter

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