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I have a powerbook blueberry.

It is flashing a small box with a smiling face and a ? mark in it .

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Your hard drive has lost a file needed to start up the machine. The folder with the question mark means it cannot find a useable Operating system. I hope you backed up your files you needed becuase the only real way to recover the machine is to reinstall the OS from the install disk. You must format the Hard Drive from the format option on the install disk and reinstall the OS.

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The flashing question mark means that the computer can't find an OS.
If the computer previously was working, start up from the OSX disc and run 'Disc Utility' from the 'Utilities' menu in the top toolbar.
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The hard drive is probably on it's way out. You can get and run Disk Warrior and you could repair permissions and such but the hard drive is probably on it's way to the grave.

A couple things though. It isn't enough to just put the disk in, you need to hold down "c" while the computer starts for it to try to run off your disk. You can then try to repair permissions and fix the disk from the installation program that starts. When the Install OS X screen comes up (looks like a desktop but with the big dialog box in the middle) click on Utilities at the top and then on Disk Utility. HERE IS APPLE'S SITE for you to read about how to try to repair your disk. I've found that this sometimes works and may help it work enough for you to get your files off, but may not.

Another method would be to get another Mac, and hook the two together with a firewire to transfer your files, then reinstall OS X in your ailing computer. Go HERE to read about this technique.

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the flashing ? mark means its not seeing any bootable device do you have the original OS disk from apple???? If you do you need to boot with them and test the hard drive to see if its functioning and or there is an OS issue.

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This is a copy of a previous post of mine -
Fixya - Mac Won't Start

Here are a few things that might help you
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Press (OK)
Center subjects face,
Or the center subject in a group photo.
Say Cheese,
Click,Click,Click You got em
A couple of help full hints here.

#1 You need good lighting, so the face/smile detection works.
#2 Make sure you center the mouth in the on screen [brackets]
#3 Helps if they have teeth :o

You have very good taste in cameras.
Best regards and keep em smiling : ) Paul

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