Macbook Pro booting but then shuts off

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by swagner7, Dec 16, 2016.

  1. swagner7, Dec 16, 2016
    Last edited: Dec 16, 2016

    swagner7 macrumors newbie

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    My Macbook Pro boots but then shuts off. I have tried entering safe mode to no avail and when I enter single user mode and type in /sbin/fsck -fy it gives me this image. Where can I go from here to get my Macbook operational again?

    **Checking catalog file.
    Incorrect block count for file dslocal -backup.xar
    (It should be 27 instead of 0)
    Incorrect block count for file shadow-backup.xar
    (It should be 1 instead of 0)
    Incorrect block count for file SystemEntropyCache
    (It should be 1 instead of 0)
    Incorrect block count for file swapfile1
    (It should be 13453 instead of 16384)
    Incorrect block count for file swapfile10
    (It should be 4228 instead of 65536)
    Incorrect block count for file swapfile12
    (It should be 3173 instead of 65536)
    Incorrect block count for file swapfile2
    (It should be 1512 instead of 65536)
    Incorrect block count for file swapfile3
    (It should be 10062 instead of 32768)
    Incorrect block count for file swapfile4
    (It should be 9319 instead of 65536)
    Incorrect block count for file swapfile5
    (It should be 8684 instead of 65536)
    Incorrect block count for file swapfile6
    (It should be 8090 instead of 65536)
    Incorrect block count for file swapfile7
    (It should be 7366 instead of 65536)
    Incorrect block count for file swapfile8
    (It should be 6938 instead of 65536)
    Incorrect block count for file swapfile9
    (it should be 6258 instead of 65536)
    Invalid index key
    (4, 26836)
    **Rebuilding catalog B-tree.
    Disk full error
    **The volume Macintosh HD could not be repaired.
    Invalid content in journal
    (4, 0)
    /dev/rdisk0s2 (hfs) EXIT WITH SIGNAL 8
     
  2. ActionableMango macrumors G3

    ActionableMango

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    #2
    Genius Bar.

    I don't see the image, just a broken image placeholder.

    Also this is the Mac Pro (desktop) forum, not MacBook Pro.
     
  3. swagner7 thread starter macrumors newbie

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