8960 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Apr 7, 2010 12:00 AM by harpdevil
Do you have the install discs for this machine?
If so, insert Install Disc 1 and boot the computer with the C key held down. Once the Installer has loaded, choose a language.
From the Utilities menu, choose *Disk Utility*,
In the left-hand pane, click *Macintosh HD*
*Click the *Repair Disk* button.
Report any errors that cannot be repaired.
If you don't have your install disc with you, try this:
1. Reboot/Startup holding your Command-S key down.
2. At the command line type the following and hit 'Return.'
3. If it finds a problem and repairs it, immediately run fsck again until the drive checks OK.
4. After it has check/repaired your disk, type 'reboot' and hit 'Return' again.
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