402 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Jun 28, 2008 5:32 PM by Nathan Marshall
Try starting while holding the SHIFT key down, If it starts normally, don;t use the computer yet. Rather, restart again in the normal fashion and report if things get better.
Here is a very good article on the subject:
Also refer to that site's index page here:
and review the articles on maintenance and freeing disk space.
Hey not sure if you have tried these yet but Check to see if there is a bad Memory Stick pull them out try booting with each stick and see if this a way to rule out your problem.
if problems continue you could also do a PRAM Reset see if this resets and Corrects the problem Link is here if you have never done a Reset
Other then i hope maybe this helps and good luck to you there are alot of smart people on here so if i haven't answered your problem i know they will thanks again for your time.