Question about Apple iMac 17" Desktop
Hopefully you've backed up your content. The best solution is to restore your unit with the Apple recovery discs that the unit come with. You can also hold down "D" to run a quick diagnostic to see if any hardware fails.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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