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Help-I can't get my macbook to start


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Hello,
I have macbook pro with snow leopard, recently I had a message coming up (one or two times) that start up disk is full.
I opened it today to clean my disk but it seems to start and the cursor is appearing and if I leave it for sometime even the screen saver appears but nothing more.
I can move the cursor but I can't do anything else because nothing else appears on my screen.
Any ideas of what I can do?
I already tried to shut it down and restart it several times but the result is still the same....

Thank you in advance
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Hello,
I have macbook pro with snow leopard, recently I had a message coming up (one or two times) that start up disk is full.
I opened it today to clean my disk but it seems to start and the cursor is appearing and if I leave it for sometime even the screen saver appears but nothing more.
I can move the cursor but I can't do anything else because nothing else appears on my screen.
Any ideas of what I can do?
I already tried to shut it down and restart it several times but the result is still the same....

Thank you in advance
Try booting from your OS disk then repair permissions and do any required clean up.

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