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Try using your OS disc, insert in your computer , power it on while holding down the C key.
You should be able get it running via the CD. Access the Disk Utiltity and attempt to repair your hard drive. If no luck, Disk Warrior may get your drive back.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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