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hey all-

today i got the update software window so i installed the new updates of itunes, quicktime, and i think os10.4.11...
after it installed and asked me to restart the computer a message came up that said my startup disk space was low, i checked and there was about 600mb available.
i hit restart and now it just goes to a blue screen with the cursor. but just before it goes to that screen, for about 5 seconds a vlack darwin login screen comes up, again, it immediately goes blue after about 5 seconds.

smart people help!!!! thanks
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