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My macbook won't go to the login menu. It gives a

My macbook won't go to the login menu. It gives a blinking file folder with a question mark. How do I fix this?

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You have a disk/file system problem. Use your system install disk and in Dish Utility, repair and when OK, fix permissions. Do this after each install--can usually just use DU and verify+fix. If you must, then boot in Target mode (hold T on boot) and connect to another Mac, Use Firewire, if can, else may need to remove disk and put in external. If no fix, then will need re-install.

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