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MacBook Pro PC side won't log in

Hi there, my PC side of MacBook Pro requires a "control-alt-delete" combo to log in. It has worked for 3 years but now, after holding down c-a-d buttons, nothing boots up so I can log in. any suggestions? are my buttons dead? I can't get into my PC side. thanks for any help. kkh

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  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2009

    cant log on computer macbook laptop has a blank screen when turned on just a question mark appears

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2009

    Blank screen. Sometimes a question mark.

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