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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Help.. I restarted my macbook and it crashes on startup now.


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dphillips26

 
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After restarting it, it gets to the white screen with the apple logo then cuts to the grey "You need to restart your computer, hold the power button until it turns off, then press it again to restart it"
Please help!
If it helps, I installed an earlier version of the usb drivers just prior to this happening.
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Mac Specs: 15.4" MacBook Pro 8GB Ram, 500GB HD, Have been an Apple guy since 2002, and will NEVER GO BACK =)

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you need to boot from the install CD and see if you can repair the install. Hopefully you use time machine to backup regularly like you should.
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