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MacBook won’t start up – Mac OS
By mortendkNovember 28, in OSx86 I do not have the install disc for the computer. Register a new account.
On a freshly installed disk i was able to get rid of the error when i installed in the ESP only. You might be able to rescue data from the HD with target disc mode if you have another Mac.
Does anyone else here know a way to get the files off of it? Tried a bunch of usb settings no success. I managed to reinstall a working system.
I was able to get the usb 3. Sign in with Twitter.
MacBook won’t start up
Posted 12 July – I now have a working setup on an old HDD testdisk. It’s bit pricey but, worth it IMO. Kurt Lang Kurt Lang. Sign in Already have an account?
Can the boot partition be reinstalled.. – Apple Community
Sign In Sign Up. Double check your BIOS. A few months ago during while clearing up space and reinstalling a fresh copy of Mountain Lion, I accidentally used a legacy m-audio universal midi driver that installed firmware on the boot disk. Can the boot partition be reinstalled.
Not yet set Kernel version: Mouse and keyboard don’t work in welcome screen just see the languages with mouse locked in top left corner. Yay So far so ro I have tried booting in single-user and verbose mode but neither of these accomplished anything. Motherboard only has usb 3.
I tried adding the apfs. I have used the following tools: Community Forum Software by IP.
Help!!! My Mac is broke and won’t start (unable to find driver ACPI)
Posted 10 July – Dear IM After buying a new hnable card i had to update my bios before it would give any output at all also in the bios.
I dont know what is going on. Since then I get Kernel Panics with the following message at the top of the screen. Which tells me the ssd is not at fault. I will do another complete reinstall once this.