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Versão atual de: And1106 ,

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White screen, apple logo, spinning wheel and no boot

Texto:

Hey!! I am facing almost the same problem. I own a macbook air and when I turn it on, the start-up chime follows, then a white screen with the apple logo, a spinning wheel and a progress bar appear. Once the progress bar is a quarter loaded it disappears, the logo and spinning wheel remaining there for ages, not doing anything. I tried resetting PRAM, safe mode boot which won't work, forced it to turn off and on a number of times and still doesn't work. Should probably mentinon that this happened after i tried to update the software, which of course failed. up until that point it had trouble loading and the system kept freezing.I would be extremly grateful if you could help me..

dispositivo:

MacBook Air Models A1237 and A1304

Status:

open

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Editado por: And1106 ,

Título:

logo andWhite screen, apple logo, spinning wheel remain for agesand no boot
logo andWhite screen, apple logo, spinning wheel remain for agesand no boot

Texto:

Hey!! I am facing almost the same problem. I own a macbook air and when I turn it on, the start-up chime follows, then a white screen with the apple logo, a spinning wheel and a progress bar appear. Once the progress bar is a quarter loaded it disappears, the logo and spinning wheel remaining there for ages, not doing anything. I tried resetting PRAM, safe mode boot which won't work, forced it to turn off and on a number of times and still doesn't work. Should probably mentinon that this happened after i tried to update the software, which of course failed. up until that point it had trouble loading and the system kept freezing.I would be extremly grateful if you could help me..

dispositivo:

MacBook Air Models A1237 and A1304

Status:

open

Editado por: oldturkey03 ,

Título:

No Title (You should edit this question)logo and spinning wheel remain for ages
No Title (You should edit this question)logo and spinning wheel remain for ages

Texto:

Hey!! I am facing almost the same problem. I own a macbook air and when I turn it on, the start-up chime follows, then a white screen with the apple logo, a spinning wheel and a progress bar appear. Once the progress bar is a quarter loaded it disappears, the logo and spinning wheel remaining there for ages, not doing anything. I tried resetting PRAM, safe mode boot which won't work, forced it to turn off and on a number of times and still doesn't work. Should probably mentinon that this happened after i tried to update the software, which of course failed. up until that point it had trouble loading and the system kept freezing.I would be extremly grateful if you could help me..

dispositivo:

MacBook Air Models A1237 and A1304

Status:

open

Editado por: oldturkey03 ,

Título:

No Title (You should edit this question)

Texto:

Hey!! I am facing almost the same problem. I own a macbook air and when I turn it on, the start-up chime follows, then a white screen with the apple logo, a spinning wheel and a progress bar appear. Once the progress bar is a quarter loaded it disappears, the logo and spinning wheel remaining there for ages, not doing anything. I tried resetting PRAM, safe mode boot which won't work, forced it to turn off and on a number of times and still doesn't work. Should probably mentinon that this happened after i tried to update the software, which of course failed. up until that point it had trouble loading and the system kept freezing.I would be extremly grateful if you could help me..

dispositivo:

MacBook Air Models A1237 and A1304
MacBook Air Models A1237 and A1304

Status:

open

Postagem original de: And1106 ,

Título:

No Title (You should edit this question)

Texto:

Hey!! I am facing almost the same problem. I own a macbook air and when I turn it on, the start-up chime follows, then a white screen with the apple logo, a spinning wheel and a progress bar appear. Once the progress bar is a quarter loaded it disappears, the logo and spinning wheel remaining there for ages, not doing anything. I tried resetting PRAM, safe mode boot which won't work, forced it to turn off and on a number of times and still doesn't work. Should probably mentinon that this happened after i tried to update the software, which of course failed. up until that point it had trouble loading and the system kept freezing.I would be extremly grateful if you could help me..

dispositivo:

MacBook Air

Status:

open