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It comes on with a load screen and goes straight back off? I

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It comes on with a load screen and goes straight back off?
JA: What OS X (Operating System, e.g. Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, etc.) or iOS are you runninng?
Customer: I am not 100% sure
JA: Have you installed any updates recently?
Customer: It's on my mac but hasn't been updated recently
JA: What troubleshooting have you tried?
Customer: I have tried switching it on using command and v
JA: Anything else you want the Mac expert to know before I connect you?
Customer: It came up with 2 discs and said it wouldn't connect to either
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Mike replied 3 months ago.

Hi, welcome to justanswer.com! My name is Mike.

I am going over your question and I will be with you shortly.

Expert:  Mike replied 3 months ago.

Reboot into the Recovery HD by choosing the ‘Apple‘ menu > Restart, then hold down the ‘Command’ + R’ keys on the keyboard during the start up process. If you can't get to that menu just hold the power button for 10 seconds until it shuts down. Then start it up again holding those keys. When you see the Apple Logo you can let go.

When the machine boots you may have to choose your language then you will see the OS X Utilities screen. Select the Disk Utility and then select Continue. Then in Disk Utility select Macintosh HD in the left column (if there are two with that name or it is named something else choose the first indented item) select the First Aid tab if it is not already selected, then click on Verify Disk on the far right. If that says “OK” in green type then select Repair Disk Permissions. If it is not ok let me know.

Expert:  Mike replied 3 months ago.

Did you try that?

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