1 Reply Latest reply: Feb 9, 2012 9:22 AM by DManel
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So, I was on windows, using bootcamp, and I was creating partitions on a pen drive with it, and then it asks me that it needs to restart to apply changes.

But then, while restarting, a blue screen occurred (**** windows).... And I forced the shutdown pressing the power key.


Then, I simply turned the MacBook on, trying to boot on my snow leopard and I got a flashing folder with a question mark on it.

Now I can't access any partitions on it, if I press option key on startup I get a blank window!


I tried to reset PRAM, repair the MacOs partition using the snow leopard DVD (it shows up fine, along with windows partition and EFI partition), and I still don't get my startup disk showing up...


How can I fix this? I can't loose my files and I need to work with it :/

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8), Snow Leopard with windows7 bootcamp