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-The cut and paste answer Joe gave is for Macs newer than this one. You have a failed hard drive or corrupt system folder. Boot up from the original system installation disk ( command C on start up with disk inserted),or a 10.6 rental Snow Leopard disk and run disk utilities on the drive. That failing, replace the drive.
+The cut and paste answer Joe gave is for Macs newer than this one. You have a failed hard drive or corrupt system folder. Boot up from the original system installation disk ( command C on start up with disk inserted),or a 10.6 retail Snow Leopard disk and run disk utilities on the drive. That failing, replace the drive.
-https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Air+Models+A1237+and+A1304+Hard+Drive+Replacement/860
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-The cut and paste answer Joe gave is for Macs newer than this one. You have a failed hard drive or corrupt system folder. Boot up from the original system installation disk or a 10.6 rental Snow Leopard disk and run disk utilities on the drive. That failing, replace the drive.
+The cut and paste answer Joe gave is for Macs newer than this one. You have a failed hard drive or corrupt system folder. Boot up from the original system installation disk ( command C on start up with disk inserted),or a 10.6 rental Snow Leopard disk and run disk utilities on the drive. That failing, replace the drive.
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+https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Air+Models+A1237+and+A1304+Hard+Drive+Replacement/860

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The cut and paste answer Joe gave is for Macs newer than this one.  You have a failed hard drive or corrupt system folder.  Boot up from the original system installation disk or a 10.6 rental Snow Leopard disk and run disk utilities on the drive.  That failing, replace the drive.

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