Question about Apple MacBook Mac Notebook
I would disconnect the power cord and battery (just flip it over and there should be relatively easy access to the battery) and then turn it back on. it should come back online and allow you to configure everything. if it's still crashed out, I would use the 10.5 disc they include with your new macbook and follow its prompts to reinstall. if it asks what kind of install you want, erase and install would be it.
I hope that you are just able to power cycle it though.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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