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You will probably need to reinstall Mac OS to fix the problem.
Before reinstalling Mac OS, try the simple power reset below:
If that does not work, boot using the Mac OS installer CD (boot with disk inside Mac) and reinstall Mac OS. Disconnect any USB device before reinstalling Mac OS.
If still no luck, then boot again from Mac OS disk, then select the Disk Utility from the Installer menu.
After the disk utility loads up, select the hard drive , and check if it does say Verified, if it does not , then the hard disk drive is defective and must be replaced.
If the drive is instead Verified, select volume from the list on the left, click on the First Aid tab, then click on Repair Disk. Run again Repair Disk until the utility does not report any errors.
If you see that there are no errors reported, then click on the Repair Permissions button and complete the job.
Try first disconnecting pawer, and then simply reinstalling Mac OS, that should do the job.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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