So my trusty old 2007 Macbook seems to have given up on me, and the quick tricks that I can think of to try haven't yielded any success. It hangs up on the startup screen and won't get anywhere. Oddly enough, however, if I switch to my windows partition, it runs fine.
Unfortunately this is a bit of a problem, since the vast majority of my data is on the other side of that partition. Including all of my notes for school. While this is a great excuse to ask for someone else's (undoubtedly better) notes, having two midterms next week makes this less than ideal. Any chance someone here might be able to help me?
The best information I've been able to get so far is that when I try and start it up in safe mode, the readout seems to get stuck on this line: disk0s2: 0xe0030005 (UNDEFINED)
It'll go into a bunch of other messages if I leave it for a while, but that error message keeps coming up and will repeat itself several times in a row. If anyone has any idea what this means and what I can do about it, or any other ideas on how I can get my computer back, I'd be forever grateful.
I DIED IN THE ARMS OF A TOASTER WITH BREASTS