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Boot Problem MacBook 1.1


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Hi, I am a complete mac nooby. I must have changed a boot selection setting, now when I turn on the computer I get "No bootable device--insert boot disk and press any key" How do I return this to boot from the hard disk. I have not boot disks.
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