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Hi there, i have a really weird OS X problem..


I've been using it for months, and i've re-installed it again and again in the past and still never had any booting errors to this day...


Was using OS X fine all day as well.. Then when i rebooted my PC, it just wouldn't load.. it would go to the blue screen and show the "Starting MAC OS X" dialogue for a sec, before going to a blue screen with a black rotating circle at the bottom, and proceed to a black screen with a console starting with:


"Welcome to Darwin/BSD:

Login: "




Anybody know how i can fix this? My partition is fine, as i can see it with MACDrive on Windows.. And also the -v boot shows no signs of panic...


Any ideas?? Thanks in advance!

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Bumping doesnt help much, does it.


You need to reinstall from another image.


Lots of people are using JaS.10.4.8.AMD.Intel.SSE3.SSE2.PPF1.PPF2.


Many Intel fans are also happy with UPHUCK's installation disk.


Choose one and see if it works for you.

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