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Bluesmudge

 
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Sorry, I'm not sure if this is in the right spot because I'm not sure if this is a hardwre or software issue.

So I was playing a game in windows, and twice my macbook pro just randomly shut down. As if the plug was pulled on a desktop, but the battery was fully charged. I decided not to boot into windows again, figuring it was some dumb windows thing.
But tonight I went to open up final cut pro to work on a project, and the it wouldn't get all the way through the loading screen.
I went to disk utility and hit the verify disk button. I got this:

Verifying volume “Macintosh HD”
Checking HFS Plus volume.
Checking Extents Overflow file.
Checking Catalog file.
Checking multi-linked files.
Checking Catalog hierarchy.
Checking Extended Attributes file.
Checking volume bitmap.
Checking volume information.
Volume Header needs minor repair
The volume Macintosh HD needs to be repaired.

Error: The underlying task reported failure on exit



Verifying volume “WINDOZE HD”
** /dev/disk0s3
** Phase 1 - Read FAT
** Phase 2 - Check Cluster Chains
** Phase 3 - Checking Directories
/System Volume Information/_restore{A2C3BFF9-FFD9-46F4-8521-4F6A718E1446}/RP23/change.log.10 has too many clusters allocated
Drop superfluous clusters? no
/System Volume Information/_restore{A2C3BFF9-FFD9-46F4-8521-4F6A718E1446}/RP23/change.log.12 has too many clusters allocated
Drop superfluous clusters? no
Drop superfluous clusters? no
too many clusters allocated
Drop superfluous clusters? no
/Documents and Settings/Austin/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.IE5/89GZCJ8X/v[1].htm has too many clusters allocated
Drop superfluous clusters? no
/Documents and Settings/Austin/Local Settings/Temporary Internet Files/Content.IE5/89GZCJ8X/v[2].htm has too many clusters allocated
Drop superfluous clusters? no
/WINDOWS/SYSTEM32/CONFIG/SYSTEM.LOG has too many clusters allocated
Drop superfluous clusters? no
Drop superfluous clusters? no
URITY.LOG has too many clusters allocated
Drop superfluous clusters? no
** Phase 4 - Checking for Lost Files
Lost cluster chain at cluster 393229
1 Cluster(s) lost
Reconnect? no
Clear? no
Lost cluster chain at cluster 1250097
29 Cluster(s) lost
Reconnect? no
Clear? no
Next free cluster in FSInfo block (13658) not free
fix? no
35233 files, 1058192 free (656562 clusters)
Error: The underlying task reported failure on exit


1 HFS volume checked
Volume needs repair
1 non HFS volume checked
Volume needs repair


I have no idea where to go from here. Any ideas?
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Boot from your OS X disc (put it in the drive, hold down C at startup)

Go to Disk utility and repair the disk

Don't forget to use the new User Reputation System
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That fixed the problem that disk utility was showing,
but Final Cut Pro still won't go past the loading screen.
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That fixed the problem that disk utility was showing,
but Final Cut Pro still won't go past the loading screen.
I would reinstall Final Cut then.
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I ended up searching google for awhile and found a program called FCP Rescue 5. Man, I love the mac community. I ran it and it fixed all my Final Cut Pro problems. What an obscure program. I guess it just trashes the preference file.
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