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Yeah, i've had this problem twice now, when i try to access my mac partition it loads up to the apple loading screen, and then it just stays... loading.

I don't now how long i've tried waiting for it to enter mac with no success.
Last time this happend i reformated, but i have some stuff i want to backup this time (which of course i think of when it's to late)

So, wondering if anybody out there has had the same problem, or at least an idea for a solution to my problem.

I'm running Mac OS X 10.5 & Windows XP.
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Try to insert the Mac installation DVD, then do a repair disk and a verify disk it might help.

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****, forget to mention my cd drive is busted, is it possible to do it via a usb flash drive or am i totatly screwed?
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Do you have an iMac,Mac Pro, MB, MBP or MBA caz either you buy an external drive or barrow one

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which partition did you format for windows when it asks you in the installer? cause this usually happens when people format their OSX partition.

it should have been "BOOTCAMP"

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