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I installed the 10.4.9 update last night. Now, when I boot up my mac, there is grey folder with a question mark appearing before the apple logo does. What does this mean? Everything seems to be working normally, but I'm worried because this obviously shouldn't be happening.Has anyone else had this appear?
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go into your pref. startup disk, and just select your internal and reboot.

it go bye bye.

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