I am hoping someone can help me. I have a 27" iMac which has crashed and shows a white screen or Blue Screen. I was able to get into the Disk Utility with Command R at startup and repaired the system and it worked. 2 days later it blue screened again.
I have presumed the issue is the hard drive.
I have replaced the hard drive and used the Carbon Copy Cloner software to clone the disk to a new hard drive.
I have installed the new hard drive and started the iMac up using Command+R. It comes up to the Internet Recovery screen with world globe spinning. It then asks me to connect to a wifi network. I connect to my Network but it then goes back to the world globe spinning and shows the wifi network underneath with 4 bar strength.
It does not seem to do anything after that. So far I have left it for about 20 minutes. There is no countdown or time counter showing.
I have also connected an ethernet cable in case it does not like the wifi network I have connected it to.
Just wondering if anyone knows what else I can do to get into the disk utility and restore the OS.
I dont have any discs that came with the iMac.
I do have an Applications Install disc from an Macbookpro laptop but I am presuming that will not work on an iMac.
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