Question about Apple OS Computers & Internet
I need to download, buy , or cobble a startuo boot disk some how ! ! ! my system has already filled the boot drive i was never told that would happen or how to stop it from happening i am only able to function insafe mode that i tripped upon myself after buying several books i found halve of the key comboes do not function at all and i can only seem to get an authorized Apple system disk to try to boot [[ i found an old tiger 10.4 start-up disk for a mini i got from friend who sold his ] i can search the net but find most downloads just say ok but do not load a file on any of the 7 other drives attached, but DMG's do find their way on, so if i find an DMG of a boot-able i might be able to patch together something. fixed income prevents buying anything more the the Leopard offered from Apple, but like i said "can not find to use company checks to do that" - - respond to : firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com c/o ServantMrCaryn Thanks to all who reply 8>D
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MAC OS X loading
Booting from the install disk should give you the option to reinstall it. During that process there are settings to delete the contents of the drive to ensure a clean instal. Remember however that this will wipe any personal files from the Mac as well and so back everything important up to external drives.
Posted on Dec 27, 2006
Hi, First of all start your PC using window which is working and then go to the start->run->(type)cmd(press enter) and open the drive which contain the window to be repaired (C:) then run the command "chkdsk". Then restart your PC with the Window in C drive. I hope this can fix your problem.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
SOURCE: Leopard won't install
Found this on the net:
Those upgrade cards always have given me a problem with migrating to Leopard. If you can upgrade to a used G5 or even Intel basd mac you might be more happier with less hassle.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
try this... boot to the original windows vista disc, DO NOT click on install now, there should be an option to repair you computer at the bottom of the screen. click on that, choose language and keyboard. choose startup repair.
if you've already tried that, ran a custom test on the hdd. first run the initial diags, press and hold FN while you turn on the computer, you should get a message diagnostic boot selected, release the FN key, wait for the result. if you don't get an error message continue the test, until it goes to a point if you like to continue the remaining memory test. choose NO, then press any, then choose test system, then choose CUSTOM TEST, select the HARD DRIVE at the bottom of the list, wait for the result for possible faulty hdd. hit me back on the results.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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