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Apple Macbook No Start

My apple macbook won't start. Its start up with black screen and a folder w/a question mark in the middle of the screen. Need help

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Your MAC OS file is corrupt. Boot from OS CD and do repair

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Apple does have a battery recall/fixing procedure on certain macbooks and macbook pros.

The battery of a MacBook or MacBook Pro computer may:
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