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HELP!!! NO STARTUP DISK (BLINKING ?)

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I need serious help.
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Sometimes I've found that when these types of problems exist that you need to power down the system and actually let it sit for a couple of minutes. Why I have no idea. But I have had similiar problems like this before, and when I let it sit it was ok. But you could also have directory problems. Sounds like a problem for Diskwarrior or Norton Utilities. I noticed that out of the diagnostics you ran neither was Norton or Diskwarrior. Disk First Aid is ok but most of the time doesnt fix your problems.
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What machine and MacOS version oare we talking about?
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