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-That question mark means that the computer is not finding a hard drive or any other volume or disk that it can start up from. Is this a computer that was working properly earlier? Or is this a used computer that you've just acquired? If the latter, there's a chance it's missing a hard drive. A good first step in troubleshooting would be to start up from a Mac OS X installer CD (by inserting the CD and holding down the "c" when restarting the computer). Then I believe you can run the System Profiler and/or Disk Utility to get some idea of what's up with the hard drive.
+That question mark means that the computer is not finding a hard drive or any other volume or disk that it can start up from. Is this a computer that was working properly earlier? Or is this a used computer that you've just acquired? If the latter, there's a chance it's missing a hard drive. A good first step in troubleshooting would be to start up from a Mac OS X installer DVD (by inserting the DVD and holding down the "c" when restarting the computer). Then I believe you can run the System Profiler and/or Disk Utility to get some idea of what's up with the hard drive.

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オリジナル投稿者: mister790 ,

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That question mark means that the computer is not finding a hard drive or any other volume or disk that it can start up from.  Is this a computer that was working properly earlier?  Or is this a used computer that you've just acquired?  If the latter, there's a chance it's missing a hard drive.  A good first step in troubleshooting would be to start up from a Mac OS X installer CD (by inserting the CD and holding down the "c" when restarting the computer).  Then I believe you can run the System Profiler and/or Disk Utility to get some idea of what's up with the hard drive.

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