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현재 버전 게시자: lemerise ,

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Try this:
 
1- start the MBP holding down the 2 keys ->command->s
 
hold the keys until you seen a black screen with with letterswhite text
hold the keys until you seen a black screen with with letterswhite text
 
2- type: '''fsck -fy''' (there's a space between '''k''' and '''-'''
 
3- wait, the computer will scan the hard drive searching for errors. Could take time to complete the task (few minutes).
 
4- when you get the text: <<'''The volume "hard disk name" appears to be OK'''>> the HD should be repaired if it's a software issue. If you get the text: <<'''System file has been modified'''>> redo #2 until you see only this text: <<'''The volume "hard disk name" appears to be OK'''>>
 
5- once the HD repaired, type: '''reboot''' to load the OS.
 
This is the same procedure as using Disk Utility to repair a system software issue.

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원문 게시자: lemerise ,

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Try this:

1- start the MBP holding down the 2 keys ->command->s

hold the keys until you seen a black screen with with letters

2- type: '''fsck -fy''' (there's a space between '''k''' and '''-'''

3- wait, the computer will scan the hard drive searching for errors. Could take time to complete the task (few minutes).

4- when you get the text: <<'''The volume "hard disk name" appears to be OK'''>> the HD should be repaired if it's a software issue. If you get the text: <<'''System file has been modified'''>> redo #2 until you see only this text: <<'''The volume "hard disk name" appears to be OK'''>>

5- once the HD repaired, type: '''reboot''' to load the OS.

This is the same procedure as using Disk Utility to repair a system software issue.

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