It doesn't take so long to fsck, iRock. Just slam down that command-s combination, then bam the UNIX rolls, and a minute later your Mac will say thank you ma'am.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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It's very easy! <br><br>Step 1: Reboot and hold down command+S keys<br>Then the computer will start up in UNIX<br><br>Step 2: When you see a space for you to type enter in type "fsck" and hit return<br>It will check your disk, this may take a few minutes<br><br>Step 3: repeat step 2 until you get "Your Hard Drive appears to be OK" or something like that.<br><br>Step 4: type "reboot: and hit return<br>And you reboot into OS X<br><br>[color:red]Happy Holidays!</font color=red><br><br>
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