So recently my MBP started acting up. I was playing a game (league of legends) when it resulted in an error. I logged out of the client and continued about my business. I planned on making a ringtone in GarageBand but when i went to create a new "loop" or "podcast" no matter what the file was named or the location i saved it to i received an error message stating "such a file does not exist." I then tried to use an .m4a on my desktop by double clicking on it resulting in itunes opening, but then stating there was an error in playing the file. So thinking the LoL client was messing with things I chose to restart my computer. This is where my current problem lies. When the Apple and wheel appear as it normally does to start up it takes up to 3 minutes or so for my screen to go black, the cd drive to rev and my MBP to restart again. I did a bit of searching and used command+S to check for errors, which after typing in 'fsck -fy' into the prompt it always results in the following error after attempting to repair and rechecking of the volume **The volume Macintosh HD was repaired successfully. Invalid content in Journal (1,2) disk0s2: I/O error ____________________________________________________ After repeated attempts i have yet to get my MBP up and running. Any and all help would be appreciated. Sorry for the long post, but i figured the more info the better.