Friday, July 30, 2010

Tips to Solve Blue Screen at Startup in Mac OS X 10.6

Blue screen error is one of the most common error among Mac users.What can be more frustrating than finding your Snow Leopard not starting up. Instead of the Finder, a blue screen appears and you have no access to important data that you want to access. No doubt, the situation is annoying, but it can turn to be a simple problem if you apply some Mac Recovery fixes to make your Mac bootable. Before coming to the solutions, let's consider a scenario depicting the discussed problem.

When you try to start your Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard computer, you might find it not starting up. A blank blue screen displays and no further startup process seems to occur. In place of blank blue screen, you may also see a blue screen with a colored pinwheel. Since the boot process doesn't proceed, you have no data access. Most of such problems occur because there lie few corrupted or incompatibile applications or startup items that might be preventing your Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard to start.

This same issue has also been observed that if you try to boot your Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard computer from a DVD of another Mac model.In order to resolve the above issue, you should try the following steps:

You should try starting your computer in safe mode. If this works, you can choose Apple menu and then Restart to see whether the computer will restart normally

You can analyze it as the problem due to incompatibile login items if the startup doesn't proceed in spite of that login window asks for a user name and password. You need to remove such login items.

You should start your Mac from its installation disc and use Disk Utility to repair the disk

permissions and startup disk.

If all the above measures fail, the last resort is to use installation disc to reinstall Mac OS X and restore the data from backup.

In case of backup unavailability, you need a Mac File Recovery utility. A Mac Recovery software can help you recovering lost files and folders after any type of logical crash with Mac systems.In this way you will able to save your data and files from disaster.

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