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Apple Macbook 13" white/2.0Ghz

Froze while printing. Did hard shutdown. On starting now shows grey screen and apple + revolving 'Flower' and that is all. Tried ctrl.alt.del and esc. also took the battery out a couple of times. Still the same!! Does not close down when lid closed.

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Try pulling the battery, unplugging the cord and holding the power button for 10 seconds.

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