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HELP!!! Ran SU Macbook Won't Power On


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Last night i ran software update and i am guessing it didn't finish. When i boot into OSX it says Power Off and On Again. Single usermode get all kinds of driver errors. It says call debugger <panic>. How can i correct this with no install disks. Safe Boot is also a no go. Is there anyway to boot to bootcamp if windows isn't there. If only i could run fsck. Any help u can give me will be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, TraCY

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The simple answer is that you're probably not going to be able to correct anything with the install media. Which version of OS X are you running? And how about some specs on your machine?

If the machine will not boot, there isn't much you can do. Even booting with your Windows disk and getting into the Windows partition is not going to help. If you don't have the install media, buy a copy of Snow Leopard from your local Apple store or Best Buy.
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