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dont know what boot drive is
could not get anything that said boot to come up
this is a joke you still havfent answered my question you keep repeating your answer
First we will check the disk space.
To open Activity Monitor, double-click its icon in the Macintosh HD > Applications > Utilities folder.
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To check the free disk space on your startup disk:
1. Open Activity Monitor, located in the Macintosh HD > Applications > Utilities folder.2. Click the Disk Usage tab. The Disk Usage pane appears in the lower section of Activity Monitor.
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3. Choose your startup disk — normally Macintosh HD — in the pop-up menu on the left side of the Disk Usage pane.4. Check both the pie chart and the value of the Space free field. By default, free disk space (Space free) is shown in green; the larger this section of the pie, the better. If this section is reduced to a sliver, or if the value of Space free is less than 10 GB, the free space on your startup disk is virtually exhausted.
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there is plenty of free space 3/4 of the pic
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