Question about Apple 13-inch MacBook - Intel 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM, 500 GB SATA H... Mac Notebook
To get your Mac back is simple.
1. Turn the computer upside down and remove the battery.
2. Right side up, remove the power cord.
3. Press the power up button while holding your "Option" key down until the choice of boot drive appears.
4. Select your original hard drive as the boot disk.
5. When your desktop returns, eject the cd.
6. Now I don't know how to fix the black screen problem, but that will keep coming back every time you restart unless you get rid of that BOOTCAMP partition.
7. To do so: Open Disk Utility / Partition. Select the BOOTCAMP partition (at the bottom of the window) type "0" (zero) in partition size. Repartition to get rid of BOOTCAMP partition.
8. This will get your MacBook back. All this has happened to me. There must be a fix, but I've no clue as to what it is. I tried Vista and XP Pro to no avail. The fix is to probaby get VMFusion or Parallels. The advantage there is that you need not reboot to open Windows, they will run behind each other when you launch VM.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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im assuming you have the recovery disk
Restart the computer and press the pause/break key on the keyboard.
This key will slow down the boot process and allow you to see the motherboard BIOS access key that you'll need to press in order to access the motherboard BIOS.
Press the respective motherboard access key and check the motherboard BIOS for a boot sequence.
Change the settings in the boot sequence so the primary boot device or the first boot drive is the CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive.
Insert the system recovery disc into the disc drive.
Restart the computer and allow it to boot up before doing anything.
A black screen should show up with the words Press any key to boot from disc CD/DVD.
Press a key to have the system boot from the recovery disc.
Allow the system to load.
Follow the on-screen instructions on how to install the rest of the operating system.
There are many different settings for you to choose.
If the operating system is just a little out of whack, you can choose to repair it.
The system recovery disc will contain important drivers and software for all the components connected to the computer system.
If you do not have a system restore disc you can search the Internet for drivers and software that are packaged for your specific eMachines model.
Restore the BIOS to their default settings so the hard drive is primary boot sequence.
This is an optional step.
You can leave the CD-ROM drive as the primary boot drive, but it will slow down the startup process by a few seconds.
hope this helps
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