Question about Apple MacBook Mac Notebook
If that does not work, when you turn on the computer, hold the "Command" and "S" keys, this should boot to single user mode. When finished, it will dump you to a command prompt. From there type "/sbin/fsck -fy" (no quotes) and press enter. That wil run the BSD Filesystem Check. Once that is complete, type "reboot" and hit enter.
If there was an error with the file system that was keeping you from booting, that will solve it.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
You can turn off the machine by pressing and holding the Power button until the display switches off.
Then, try resetting your 'PRAM' using the following instructions;
I've used every version of OS X from 10.0 through to 10.5.6 and sometimes you get this problem after an incremental upgrade. It usually just goes away after a couple of reboots.
Please let me know how you go.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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