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    March 2009 Macbook Air Kernel Panic
    Hi all,

    Newbie here...I have a 5 month old (never used before that) Macbook Air from March 2009 that was working great. It has 2gb ram and I tried to get it to run Chrome and Photoshop simultaneously (I've done it a thousand times before) and it caused the Macbook Air to crater.

    Now I cannot boot up nor safe boot (holding down the shift key while booting). Does anyone have ideas how I can fix this?

    I have USB flash drives with tons of bootale options.

    But I cannot figure out how to get this to see and boot from the USB thumb drive.

    Help?

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    March 2009 Macbook Air Kernel Panic
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    Hold down the alt key after the startup chime to get boot options :-) Might that help?

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