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I just got a Macbook pro 13 inch and when I tried turning it on today it just gets stuck on the white start-up screen with the spinning wheel. It was working fine! I've tried resetting the PRAM but it's still getting stuck, what can I do?

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"I just got a Macbook pro 13 inch"

Hmmm... I just got a 1932 Ford... but it isn't new. Is this a new computer? If so, just restore, like this....

-- Restart while holding command and R keys for 45 seconds.

-- Choose Disk Utility.

-- Select the "Macintosh HD" at left.

-- Select the "First Aid" tab.

-- Click "Repair Disk".

-- If it finds any problem, repair again.

-- If no problems, quit Disk Utility.

-- Choose "Reinstall Mac OS X".

Lovely word, "just". Can mean a lot of things. Maybe you just got it a year ago. If so, where is your backup drive? You need a backup drive.

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