HELP: Macbook White Reboot Problem

Discussion in 'MacBook Air, MacBook & MacBook Pro' started by toughbrat, Dec 11, 2009.

  1. toughbrat

    toughbrat Member

    Aug 27, 2008
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    Quezon City
    While installing google Chrome beta, my laptop hang. I forced it to shut down, then turned it on. Upon reboot, it displayed the blue screen. Forced shut down again, twice. After reboot, I was prompted to enter my password. Funny thing is, I disabled the login screen a day before that. Still, I entered my password. Password accepted, but after a while, it prompted me to type in my password again.

    I can shut it down, restart or make it sleep from the login screen. I tried to reboot on safe mode, but it did the same thing. I followed the troubleshooting steps found in Apple Support like fsck, etc to no avail. The problem is, I don't have my start up disk already. What's next? :(

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