My computer will not start up at all. I get a flashing folder with a question mark whenever i start it up. I've tried all of the fixes, called apple support. I tried reinstalling OSX and it does not detect my hard drive to reinstall nor does my hard drive come up in disk utility. So my question is: could it be possible that the reason my hard drive is not coming up is because it is completely full? The reason i believe that this is possible is because I downloaded a bands full discography which was about 2 GB. I had a little under 4 GB of space remaining on my hard drive. Whenever dragging files to Itunes, the program makes a new folder for the added files in my Itunes Music folder. Not thinking I dragged the whole folder(2GB) to my Itunes. So could it be possible that by dragging those files to my Itunes that it maxed out my hard drive? And if so is there anyway to access the drive to delete some files and maybe get it working again. After I dragged these files to my computer it slowed down greatly and kept freezing until I was forced to shut down. When I restarted the computer the grey screen just came up blank. Any help would be much appreciated thanks in advance.