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MacNewbie

 
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Originally Posted by Soulwar View Post
Holding the "shift" key while starting, will boot into Safe mode. It checks the startup drive and only loads only what's necessary to run. You may be able to use it to boot, so you can delete some files.

Use Target Disk mode to connect to another Mac. It will allow your Mac to be used as an external HDD.

This may help as well.
http://www.thexlab.com/faqs/freeingspace.html

wen i try to boot up in safe mode the computer shuts down completely ...
any idea why that is??
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