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Apr 17, 2001, 12:20 PM
 
After a clean install of MAC OS 9.1 and a few days of using it, after a cold boot of my iMAC I get an error type 127. I have reinstalled, formatted the iMAC and even installed MAC OS X and I still the darn error. (Yes, even in classic)
Does anyone know what this means???

Specs.
iMAC SNOW DV SE 500MHZ
256 MB OF RAM
30GIG
Running clean install of MAC OS 10.0.1
     
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Apr 20, 2001, 11:49 AM
 
This is a HFS error: -127 fsDSIntErr Internal file system error

I'm no expert. Perhaps someone else can elaborate. Sounds like a HD format error....
     
   
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