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How to Reboot your MacBook

This video will show you how to reboot your computer!


this is what you should type in...

First hold the command button and S
First Command: /sbin/fsck -fy (don't forget the spaces)
Second Command: /sbin/mount -uw / ( don't forget the spaces between t and u and w and /)
Third Command: rm /var/db/.Applesteupdone ( don't forget the spaces between the rm and /)
Fourth Command: Reboot

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