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Do you still have the grey OS installer disk that came with your system? If you do restart your mini with it then from the menu bar select Disk Utility and run it (from the DVD).
-If you run Disk Utility from your HD won't make the needed repairs to your HD you need to run it from the DVD or setup your mini in Target mode and then from a second Mac via a FireWire cable run Disk Utility.
+If you run Disk Utility from your HD, it won't make the needed repairs to your HD. You need to run it from the DVD or setup your mini in Target mode and then from a second Mac via a FireWire cable and run Disk Utility from the other Mac system.
Even still I'm not sure this will fix your problem here. Check your power cord making sure its plugged in and try a different AC outlet as the outlet could be bad (wall or power strip).
Can you give us some more information and details on what is happening here?

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-Do you still have the grey OS installer disk that came with your system? If you do restart your mini with it then do to the menu bar and select Disk Utility and run it from the DVD.
+Do you still have the grey OS installer disk that came with your system? If you do restart your mini with it then from the menu bar select Disk Utility and run it (from the DVD).
If you run Disk Utility from your HD won't make the needed repairs to your HD you need to run it from the DVD or setup your mini in Target mode and then from a second Mac via a FireWire cable run Disk Utility.
Even still I'm not sure this will fix your problem here. Check your power cord making sure its plugged in and try a different AC outlet as the outlet could be bad (wall or power strip).
Can you give us some more information and details on what is happening here?

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Contribution d'origine par : Dan ,

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Do you still have the grey OS installer disk that came with your system? If you do restart your mini with it then do to the menu bar and select Disk Utility and run it from the DVD.

If you run Disk Utility from your HD won't make the needed repairs to your HD you need to run it from the DVD or setup your mini in Target mode and then from a second Mac via a FireWire cable run Disk Utility.

Even still I'm not sure this will fix your problem here. Check your power cord making sure its plugged in and try a different AC outlet as the outlet could be bad (wall or power strip).

Can you give us some more information and details on what is happening here?

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open