|Oct 11, 2009, 11:28 AM||#1|
Snow Leopard Hangs on Boot at Apple Logo- White MacBook
After recently doing a fresh install of Snow Leopard, it was working great for about a week, and now it hangs at boot and flashes the Apple Logo, a NO sign, and a folder sign. I booted in verboose mode and it say that it could not load drivers.
I had this problem before and I used Leopard's (10.5) Archive and Install feature to fix it.
Where is this located on SL (10.6) ? I DO NOT want to loose my data
Thanks all for your help!
|Oct 11, 2009, 01:32 PM||#2|
1. Booting in Safe Mode and do a Repair Permissions with Disc Utility.
2. Booting from your Installer DVD to see if you can recover the files.
2012 Mac Mini; i5 Quad Core ITX Hackintosh with Blu-ray playback HTPC; 1 TB eSATA Apple TV; 3.8 gHz i7 Quad Core Hackintosh, 2GB HD5870; MacBook Pro i7; MacBook Air; iPhone 4s; 1st Mac=Centris 610
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