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OS 10.4 - cant boot adter log in screen


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i downloaded the update and now i cant get past get to my desktop
...i log in and then it just sits there at the oading screen...but non of my apps or nething load??? just before i restarted for the updat to take effect, i messed up my permissions inthe "get info" thing on the hird drive icon (on the desktop)...does you guys know which of the 2 caused this and what i might be able to do to get past the loding screen

(also, it is not frozen because i cans till change brightness and volume)
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Forget that this page says 10.3.9... it still holds true for Tiger:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=106464

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Thank you THNK you THNK you!!!!

i was gettig worried...i was on the very last and final solution...and BAM...it worked

I owe my macbooks life to you!..haha tnks buddy
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