What to do ?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Mac-B, Aug 5, 2007.

  1. Mac-B macrumors newbie

    Mac-B

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    Listen guys and girls.........

    A girl came up to me today and told me that my MacBook is really great.
    My Macbook was at sleep. When I came to open it .. i had to put my own password. Everytime i inserted the password it would say its incorrect .... i had to shut down the pc and restart it .. when i did ,,,, a black screen appeared and nothing at all ... it would not reboot or open or do anything .. plz help help help ..... :eek:

    Mac-B :apple:
     
  2. kolax macrumors G3

    kolax

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    Your story doesn't make sense - did this girl use your MacBook or did she just see it?

    Caps lock wasn't on by any chance? Your battery hasn't died out?
     
  3. harmonica01 macrumors 6502

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    that's messed up...re-initialize time looks like
     
  4. Bobjob186 macrumors 6502

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    stick the software install disk in and boot up holding c. see if that works reinstall if you have too. It seems like a software error more than a hardware error.
     
  5. Mac-B thread starter macrumors newbie

    Mac-B

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    ???

    Guys does that mean that im going to lose all my documents ? r u sure that i have to re-install my pc ?
     
  6. iW00t macrumors 68040

    iW00t

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    Sadly yes.

    Depending on how much of your data is lost you may be able to do an archive and install and retain your documents though.

    OSX is a very safe and secure operating system and is less susceptible to non existent spyware and viruses, you will love it.
     
  7. queshy macrumors 68040

    queshy

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    wait, did you actually set a password? I remember doing turning the password feature on my iMac but never actually making a password...then when it asked for the password anything I typed in would be wrong! Just press enter (i.e. dont enter any password when it asks) and it may work, unless of course you DO have a password.
     
  8. QJS macrumors newbie

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    the bitch jinksed ur laptop... buy a new macbook, i know ur rich!!! ;)
     

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