Question about EA Sports Video Game Consoles & Games
It could be a lot of problems dvd drive could be bad, the disk could be bad. You have to explain a little more about what is wrong.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If you are lucky, the computer will run again. If not, check your install discs. The original install discs usually have a hardware diagnostic which can be run by holding down the 'd' key while booting. You can try running the diagnostics to see if you can diagnose the cause of the booting problem. You can also use the diagnostics if your hard disk is not shown in the Disk Utility to run diagnostics on the hard disk.
- If you have your original disks, boot the install disk
- Restart the computer
- Insert boot disk in the optical drive as soon as you turn on the computer
- Hold down the 'c' key on the keyboard to signal the MacBook to use the optical disk to boot the computer.
- Once the computer is booted, use the Disk Utility from the Utilities menu to examine and if necessary repair the hard disk.
- Start by ensuring that your internal hard disk is listed.
- If your disk is not listed, then your hard disk is definitely having a problem. If you are lucky, it maybe just that one of the cables has become disconnected. I believe on your MacBook, the hard drive is accessible by removing the battery and the hard disk is located next to the battery. You would need to post your model number to get exact instructions.
If so, then run the Verify Permissions and Verify Disk. Run repair if there are any errors detected.
- Once you have checked and repaired the hard disk, exit Disk Utility and run Startup Disk from the Utility menu.
- Select your Hard Disk and click Restart
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