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オリジナル投稿者: Sarabian ,

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Glad you got it diagnosed, and hopefully you can get your data. Always back up! :)

To clarify, mister790 is correct, it means the system cannot find a volume to boot from. Even if there is no startup disk set in preferences, the system will still look for something else to boot from and then go with it. For example, if you set the startup disk to the OS DVD and restart, it will happily boot to the DVD. Now restart again and hold down the mouse button to eject the disk on reboot. It will eject the DVD before trying to find a volume to boot from, meaning that the startup disk selected (the DVD) will not be valid. It might flash a question mark at you for a second, but very very soon after will find the OS on the hard drive and boot from it automatically. When I did it on my laptop, I never even saw the question mark. It just booted to the HD and was happy. Insert the DVD for the next boot and it will boot from that, as it is still the selected boot volume.

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