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Need Help When I turn on my Macbook 13inc White It makes a Weird Beeping Noise and a Folder with a question marks pops up, I cant click on it so i dont know whats wrong with it, ive tried all the things to reboot it but none of them work please help.

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  • trillianclim Dec 30, 2008

    My macbook, 13inch white, beeps in groups of three when I turn it on. No screen appears.

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I would start up with the CD that comes with the Macbook when you purchase it by holding the C key down upon restart (keep the C key held down through the tone until you get the spinning grey graphic). when it gets to an install screen, go to the Utilities menu and run Disk Utility on the internal hard drive. run repair on that hard drive to see if the catalog on that hard drive is corrupted. it should repair it. it if doesn't OR you don't see the hard drive in the list inside Disk Utility, you may have a failed hard drive which may need replacing.

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