My macbook froze when i tried changing a song on itunes, so i forced to shut it down. When i restarted it, the screen is the very pale blue when it first starts but nothing else happens. I have tried charging it up and taking out the battery but nothing seems to work. I can't think of anything that would cause this problem either. Please Help!
Itunes is very tricky and its freezes computers very badly.try to take out battery and than turn on computer slowly,Soon if you can you need to reinstall itunes maybe to start to work better.
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If the Apple laptop (or desktop) doesn't shut down properly, try pressing and holding in the power button for 3-5 seconds. This will force a shut down. Good idea to wait a few minutes before attempting a restart again.
When you first turn the machine on, hold down the "Option" key. Then select Macintosh HD and click the arrow below. If this doesn't work then try another key combination: Option, Command, P, R. Hold this down until the machine restarts itself. This will reset your machine's PRAM which can help.
You may have disconnected the projector while your laptop was about to go to sleep. Try (force) restarting the computer by holding down the power button for a few seconds, wait til it shuts down, then power-up again!
Sounds like it could be a corrupted OS; have you tried forcing it to start up with the OS disk, holding down the 'C' key? That's the first place to start...
If it won't start up like that, you probably have a hardware problem. (You can get excellent troubleshooting guidance at: http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Mac/ ) depending on your level of geekness, and assuming the warranty is expired?
We'll that happened to me also.. i researched and found if you goto apple.com and look up support for macbook. Look for .pdf macbook repair manuel. There you'll get start up procedures. turn off power. Then load start disk, hold down "alt/opt" button and then turn power on. Wait for a min or two and then you'll see your hard drive and start disk to choose from. Choose start disk and click enter. Be sure your disk isn't scratched.. i had that problem. Then wait... it takes awhile so be patient. You'll get the whole set up again. DONT ERASE YOUR PRIOR DISK!!! Thats where i screwed up! So.... you should be able to get what you want .. if not.. its a new hard drive you'll need to buy... i'm heading to Best Buy and the Geek Squad for my help!