Help with a restart message when i start my macbook pro

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by iguanamar, Mar 30, 2009.

  1. iguanamar macrumors newbie

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    #1
    help please. i have a year with a mackbook pro an it's work excelent. recently i leave my laptop doing a rip process, when i came back the screen was 'dirty' (a crazy carachteres forming down lines in the scrreen). I restart it then. but when it's staring, the apple sign apears 'dirty' again, and before that, a message in 4 idioms tell me that i must have restart my machine..
    i'been doing this several times... and the same happends again and again...

    help me please... i have to work!!!!
     
  2. iguanamar thread starter macrumors newbie

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    yes.. i know that is a kernel panic message... but it's dont permit to acces again to see it or restaurit..
    only restart and restar (sorry 4 my english)
    but .. help me please.. i need to force to permit to log in...
     
  3. yellow Moderator emeritus

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    Portland, OR
    #4
    Did you try any of the troubleshooting steps listed in that page and subsequent pages? If it's a hardware problem that is causing the kernel panics, then there's not going to be anyway to get around them.

    Additionally, telling us what kind of Mac, what it's specs are, and what version of Mac OS X you're running would be very helpful.
     

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