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Hi there,

When i click the open button i hear the usual sound when oppening my mac.Then the white screen with the apple apears . After 1-2 mins appears a blue screen and after 10-15 mins appears my dekstop but programms are running slow and freeze sometimes . What is going ? Please contact me the fastest you can
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Typically, that is the sign of a dying hard drive. It's past time to get everything you care about backed up if you haven't and get a new drive. If you're still under the Applecare warranty, time to give Apple a call.

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But i bought this mac 2 years ago and it happened again beofore 1 year or so,what does this mean?
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About all it means is that you've been one of the unfortunate few related to hard drives.

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