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    darwin/ BSD name - name - computer.local

    finally got it sorted. there was a bad ram card that had corrupted the hard drive. put in my old 256 ram cards and a 160 gig hard drive I had in an enclosure (reformatted) and all is working now. I will send the ram back to OWC and see what they can do for me and start putting things back...
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    darwin/ BSD name - name - computer.local

    finally got it sorted out. it seems I had a bad RAM card that corrupted my hard drive. I replaced the ram with old ram (I had upgraded to max), replaced the hard drive with my backup, and then rebooted successfully. Now I send the ram back to OWC and let them troubleshoot the cards and get...
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    darwin/ BSD name - name - computer.local

    so far no luck even getting into user mode. I am off to see a mac-tech friend and see if he has any luck. I will post when I return. Thanks all for the suggestions. now I will pray to the Mac-Gods! :)
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    darwin/ BSD name - name - computer.local

    Depressing the D key still goes straight to "You need to restart your computer" The same if I try and let it load by itself.
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    darwin/ BSD name - name - computer.local

    I have the same problem, only now, after trying to reboot with the DVD, it is stuck and wont load. I get this: Darwin/BSD (firstname-lastname-computer.local) (console) login: hfs_swap_HFSPlusBTInternalNode: catalog record #5 keyLength=24 expected=1048 Node=209 fileID=4 volume=Apollo...
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