1739 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Dec 2, 2008 12:58 PM by Gregory Mcintire
Boot from your instal DVD and run Disk Utility from its menu bar. Then run Repair Disk to repair your hard drive.
If that doesn't work you may need to Archive and Install a new OS onto your HD from the install DVDs. This should you existing data in tact, but no guarantees considering what happened in the first place.
Many will not agree with this but my personal opinion is that automatic updates are a real bad idea. You have just discovered one reason. they may update on a low battery or any other number of inopportune situations.
Then last but not least, in fact most important of all, you should have a second hard drive that you routinely backup your internal drive onto. The reason to do so should now be very obvious.