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In your first post, you wrote that you ran disk repair. I turned the macbook on this morning and it is back to being stuck at the blue screen which then turned black. Thank you for using JustAnswer! Tom and 4 other Mac Specialists are ready to help you Ask your own question now Share this conversation Related Mac Questions Question Date Submitted com.adobe.ARM.asdflakjsdfs.plist I just need to know com.adobe.ARM Ask Your Own Mac Question Customer: replied4 years ago.
However, once the logon window appears nothing works. Another sign of a failing boot hard drive is seeing a lot of spinning beachball action, slow drive etc., (off the Internet/network to confirm)Beeping issues indicate bad or faulty RAM, or I know the computer takes a while to start up after a fresh install, but after the second or third start it should be running normal... Im also thinking that maybe just ugrading to Snow Lion might help? https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6518778?start=0&tstart=0
Now I'm installing lion and will then restore from backup from the built in lion recovery partition share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply I'll see if that works share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply cluthz, Dec 5, 2011 cluthz macrumors 68040 Joined: Jun 15, 2004 Location: Install went great and Snow Leapord started up.
Installed snow leopard. Looking over the other Console logs is important for detecting what third party software(s) is possibly causing the problems. It was because of the lion files from my time machine. To do this you'll need to install OSX on a USB drive and also put a copy of Carbon Copy Cloner...
A 320GB drive should cost less than $50 brand new with a three year warranty. No, nothing external is connected. Customer: replied4 years ago. Fixing problems over the internet is incredibly difficult! http://www.justanswer.com/mac-computers/6lwpm-macbook-pro-boots-blue-screen-boots-safe-mode.html I restarted, but the mouse doesn't work now.
Here is the thing about the hard drive thing. I was able to go into Safe Mode... Don't count on just a single TimeMachine or clone backup, it might be corrupted.Instructions: Get a external storage drive from the local computer or office store and connect it to the I then restored all of my applications and such from my Time Machine backup.
A font? Yes delete it and restart Ask Your Own Mac Question Customer: replied4 years ago. Remember, if for any reason you are unsatisfied with my answer, we can continue the conversation until you’re satisfied and Accept my answer. The first is that your optical drive is bad.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply CamCracker, Dec 5, 2011 CamCracker thread starter macrumors newbie Joined: Mar 27, 2009 #7 Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; Boots up and logs in. But now I formated the hard drive and installed Windows 7 instead. Shut down your Mac if it is on.
SMC power button for 5-10 seconds Okay so I did the SMC and PRAM tests and still no luck. See Disk Utility messages you can safely ignore________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________6: Reset User's Permissions (or password) Category: User account relatedDescription: This repairs the user file permissions on the User account selected as Disk Do any of you thing it could be a defective OSX 10.6 disk? I can get to safe mode but the repair disk option is greyed out.
CamCracker said: ↑ Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; CPU iPhone OS 5_0 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9A334 Safari/7534.48.3) You have exactly the same situation as me. No Problem Glad I could help. Proceed if your sure and have exhausted your Data Recovery Efforts, ready to risk losing your file as it's going to happen. ________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________17: Delete and Recreate the Problematic User Account
If so, how do I do this?Thanks. Expert: Tom replied4 years ago.
Almost exactly. I am hoping this works. If posting a log or crash report, upload it to Gist. From the system log it looked like a firewire device was the issue but it might be your firewire port which is why it boots fine in safe boot.Please do the
I think that the 99$ fee for the extra 3-year warranty coverage is no longer just an option, paying it should be viewed as just an additional fee, added to the FineTunedMac Dashboard widget now available! Many thanks Reply With Quote 07-28-2011,07:37 PM #2 xxmacbethxx View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Jul 14, 2011 Posts 54 welcome to the forums! Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic
Please disable mobile me by doing the following:Also disable mobile me by doing the following:Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, and then click MobileMe. It's a advanced step, see #18.What is your personal data and where is it stored? Change Automatic Login to your account and type in your password.Remember, if for any reason you are unsatisfied with my answer, we can continue the conversation until you’re satisfied and Accept I then went online an read through maybe 100 different forums and threads trying to see why this may be happening and what I can do to fix it..
It's a easy fix, find and delete the responsible preference (plist file), reboot and launch the program, it recreates it's own again automatically and you have to reset your preferences again You can try the Apple Hardware Test: Intel-based Macs: Using Apple Hardware Test ...and also be sure to run the SMART Utility.... Use no 10.4-10.6 boot disks.10.7-10.8 recent Mac's have Internet Recovery, is downloaded from Apple's servers for whole drive repair/format10.7-10.8 upgraded Mac's with no Internet Recovery can use This Method their own Click on Go at the very top and Choose Computer.
If Apple's RAM contact them.If it says something, write it down: Do #9 if possible or see: Computer is dead is my personal data lost? It sat on the blue screen for about 10 minutes prior thought. If the computer is on, turn it off.Disconnect the AC adapter and remove the computer's battery.Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds and then release the button.Reconnect the battery About a week ago my Power Suply stopped working.
All software is up to date. Transfer files between user accounts on the same machine?Finder > Go menu > ComputerA window appears with your boot drive, double click on it to openInside is Users folder, double click If this works, you can choose Apple menu and then Restart to see whether the computer will restart normally You can analyze it as the problem due to incompatibile login items I will restart in safe mode and check the library startup file. Customer: replied4 years ago.
as before, use #6 and repair User Permissions afterwards.• 10.7-10.8 Installing and restoring iLife on machines that came with 10.7 or 10.8 (doesn't apply to machines upgraded from 10.6)https://support.apple.com/kb/HT4718• Erase and If not, you can still pick up a SnowLeopard disk from apple - now 20 bucks. OSX 10.6 DOES NOT have an Archive & Install option (that ended in OSX 10.5) but do not panic. I CANNOT use my install DVDs (Command C, or Command D keys) because they simply don't work, and get spit back out again.
Or another way to test the hard drive? Words listed before the third period.