Question about Apple MacBook Pro Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
If it works fine elsewhere, then Im stumped. From your description, the drive doesn't sound like it's operating correctly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
could be a hardware problem to be honest. heres what you should try: load a system disk and hit C during boot up and see if you have the same symptoms in disk boot mode. if you do, than it is most likely a hardware issue. if you dont, it could be software related. if that doesnt work: hit V when you boot up and it will go into verbose mode. this will show you all of the background processes that are working during startup. while watching the screen, check to see if you have any stalls during load and note them. also, disconnect all peripheral devices and try removing ram (1 stick at a time) to see if that is a problem as well.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
Just a note--any Universal retail OSX install disc will work. It's only a machine specific disc that won't unless it's for your model.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Since no MacBook was ever made with an 8GB hard drive, I have to assume you are reading the capacity of the DVD, which isn't an interesting statistic.
There is no reason your MacBook should not boot from the DVD. Even if the internal drive was physically absent it should still boot from the DVD.
If it is not booting from the DVD, then either your DVD is bad, your optical drive is bad, or you have logic board issues.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
This looks more like an issue w/ your motherboard, since it should at least give you a file folder with a question mark if it was a hard drive problem only. Try to boot from the install CD, if that succeeds, all you probably have is a broken filesystem (reinstall) or a broken hard drive (replace). There are Mac Repair Guides that show how to open a Macbook. Watch out for the ribbon cables, those tear easily. Replacement parts are usually available on Ebay. There are third party services that can do it for you, like Mac Repair NYC.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
your disk partition is having problem.if u have not taken backup then boot the system with FW mode with saperate Laptop and backup the data,then repartition the hdd and install freshly
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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