Start up error. Big problem!!!

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by papapin, Dec 5, 2008.

  1. papapin macrumors newbie

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    Oct 19, 2008
    #1
    I was using my macbook in windows xp yesterday and suddenly i saw that the computer speed seems fall down then i restart the computer, choosing windows xp again. But it goes in to F8 Mode and i chose start normally, it appeared a blue flash which maybe said that my computer got a hardware problem and restart automaticallly. Then i start it up normally with MAC OS and it couldn't start up. After about five minutes it goes to a black screen which i never seen before with these :

    disk0s2: 0xe0030005 (UNDEFINED).
    disk0s2: 0xe0030005 (UNDEFINED).
    /etc/master.passwd: Input/output error
    dis0s2: 0xe0030005 ( UNDEFINED).
    -sh: /etc/profile: Input/output error
    disk0s2: 0xe0030005 (UNDEFINED).
    -sh-2.05b#


    Oh, there is clicking noise as well ( every 3-4 seconds )

    I have been using this macbook for about slightly more than one year and it used to be very good.
    Thank you for your helps.
     
  2. xUKHCx Administrator emeritus

    xUKHCx

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    The Kop
    #2
    Putting "disk0s2: 0xe0030005 (UNDEFINED)" into google brings up a world of pain for you. :eek:


    It seems as if this error message is synonymous with harddrive failure. Hope you have your data backed up.

    Do you have applecare?
     

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