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OS 10.5 - Constant Blue Load Screen


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I have boot camp on my MBP and have installed a few games. After installing BF2, I tried to restart my computer into Mac OSX. Instead of loading Mac, I get an infinite blue loading screen (with the little loading symbol). I tried booting from the 10.5 CD and repairing the disk and permissions, but neither worked. Windows loads fine (I am writing this from windows).

Any ideas?
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