Booting problem: Panic(cpu 2 caller)
Hi peeps! I've been having problems with my Mac for the last two weeks but since I got another windows laptop I temporary could use it for work and left the problem with my Mac as it was. Today when I tried to switch it on it's just completely not booting even though I could boot in a safe mode before. Here is what happens:
- I switch it on and then i get this:
The problem started 2 weeks ago when I couldn't log in any user in a normal boot. After some research I figured out there might be a problem with corruption on the hard drive. I tried to check with with disk utility and it seems hard is ok, but again not sure about it. Then I tried to reinstall the OS from the internet but in a process of installing it just stops in the middle and nothing happens. What should I do?
Thanks guys for the answers! I have some advancement though.
I left the Mac with OS installation for the whole night and in the morning I saw it installed although I still don't think it functions properly. The system is able to log in user but then the background image is half loaded for some reason.
When I try to reboot in a normal mode it takes eternity (after the apple logo there is a black screen , some loading and the same process repeats). In a safe boot, there is also black sreen and loading but after 15 min it managed to boot although the same half loaded screen is there. What can be the problem?
Here is what I did: I've replaced the optical drive with ssd and set it for booting. The Mac is working and performance is way better than it was wth hdd. It was also a cheaper solution because I'm sure that both hdd and the bus are broken and replacing them both could have beeen more expensive solution than just buyig a new ssd. I guess I will leave this replacement for later.
Huge thanks to all contributed to solving this issue!
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