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Old 09-20-2009, 02:09 PM
dreissk dreissk is offline
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Scary problem after successful clone

I had completed a successful clone of my Mac OS yesterday (10.4.11) and confirmed by booting from the drive. I then switched my startup disk back to the internal and everything worked fine. Now, however, (and this is where I need help) every time I boot my computer (the external backup isn't hooked up BTW) the computer can't find an OS and a folder with a "?" comes up against a white screen as the computer boots. If I hold down "D" everything is fine since I'm telling the computer to look for the OS on the disk but I really want it to look there automatically again. I have rebooted 5-6 times now and the problem consistently happens. The only thing I've done on the computer is the super duper clone so I believe that processed started the problem. Does anyone have any suggestions or has had this happen to them before?
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