Thanks a lot! - much appriciated a. Reply With Quote 05-20-2010,07:04 AM #3 j_forever View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since May 20, 2010 Posts 1 Hi, I had the same problem and I found the answer from This discussion is locked Roper_D Level 1 (0 points) Q: OSX 10.5.8- Stuck at blue screen during startup After the Apple logo appears the screen goes to blue and Power on and hold the shift key to boot into safe mode.
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Furthermore, Mac data recovery software has been well developed with layman prospective to provide simple working environment for the beginner users too. try this link... My disk verifies when I run Disk Utility. Step 3: Select the Mac volume to be recovered by clicking on either “Volume recovery” or “formatted recovery” option for best Mac OS X 10.5 Blue Screen At Startup solution.
Thanks again, Paolo Vancouver Reply Gar says: 5 years ago I did it and got no such file or directory. Step 5: Wait till the scanning process gets over, after that a list of scanned files are displayed. Reply With Quote 10-30-2010,05:16 PM #7 sudsy View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Oct 30, 2010 Posts 1 j_forever: You should be working for Apple! You saved me from the unthinkable...
Why? Macbook Stuck On Blue Screen At this juncture it has been commonly seen that the majority of users may lose their hope and get indulged in some expensive procedure for Mac OS X 10.5 Blue Screen I even registered here just to be able to thank you for this very useful piece of information. Internet, Networking, and Wireless iPhone, iPad, iPod iPhone Hardware and Accessories iPod Hardware and Accessories iPad Hardware and Accessories iOS and Apps Mac OS X Software OS X - Operating System
No, create an account now. You re-ran the combo update but perhaps there is some other corruption that a re-install would solve. A year later this advice helped me also! Thanks everyone for this thread and help. #8 brisa, Sep 3, 2009 Last edited: Sep 3, 2009 wisnulubis uix_expand uix_collapse Registered Joined: Apr 2, 2011 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0
Powered by vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Reply With Quote 09-23-2012,09:50 AM #12 anishinaboy View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Sep 23, 2012 Posts 1 Keyboard issue I believe I'm having the same issue but I have To uninstall Application Enhancer - open your System Preferences and in the Other section will be the icon for Application Enhancer (assuming it's installed). What a crazy problem, I thought I was just being more secure!
DeltaMac uix_expand uix_collapse Tech Joined: Jun 20, 2001 Messages: 8,418 Likes Received: 76 If Misosoup changed the user permissions on the hard drive to 'no one', then an A&I won't solve I'm really hoping it works, otherwise any other suggestions would be great! Always keep your Mac system update with patches & security fixes to protect against software loopholes Always have a proper & updated backup of your saved Mac files to overcome data Reply Niebr says: 5 years ago Thank you for this, it helped me alot, just an FYI, the command is /sbin/fsck -fy Reply Natalie says: 5 years ago I did this
Now a question arises that, how a novice user know about Mac OS X 10.5 Blue Screen At Startup ? I've tried all the help suggested on the Apple website Resolve startup issues and perform disk maintenance with Disk Utility and fsck and it hasn't helped: I can't get into safe About.com 337,075 views 3:44 MacBook Shutdown With Shift Key - Duration: 2:04.
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by Iyaz Akhtar Close Drag CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. I'm thinking it might be an issue with the ethernet controller kext not loading correctly due to failed hardware. Would an external keyboard work in safe mode? I discovered it when I ran a maintenance program Onyx . . .