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Modelo A1278 / 2.26 o 2.53 GHz Procesador Core 2 Duo EMC 2326 de mediados de 2009

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Flashing icons,? Folder, Circle with bar, Apple on Startup

I have been working on the software of this machine the last 3 hours. It has10.8.5. I've been installing updates stored on an external (all known good). Trashed a lot of duplicates in the download folder. All of a sudden the finder locked up. Upon restart I get very fast flashing of he Apple logo, the circle with the bar, and the question mark folder. I had previously replaced the upper case, upgraded the RAM to 4 GB, installed a larger Apple 320GB (zeroed out) hard drive. Used SuperDuper to transfer the old data. The machine will start from the old hard drive in USB mode. It will not start in safe mode. Using Recovery partition on the old drive, using Disk Utilities says the drive is good. I was able to repair permissions except this "Warning: SUID file"System/Library/CoreServicesRemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/contents/MacOS/ARDAgent" has been modified and will not be repaired." I don't want to lose the 3+ hours I have spent working on the new drive but I have never seen the three fishing icons at the same time. Any ideas?

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It's kind of hard to debug these kind of errors without having the machine in front of me, but i can at least tell you the "Warning: SUID file"System/Library/CoreServicesRemoteManagement/ARDAgent.app/contents/MacOS/ARDAgent" has been modified and will not be repaired." error can be safely ignored. It stems from a difference between the patched Remote desktop agent and the permission checklist in the Disk Utility.

From my experience once the flashing disk icon starts to appear on a freshly installed HDD, a clean reinstall is the safest way to fix any underlying issue (unfortunately).

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I still don't know what caused this but installing Yosemite from an external drive cured it.

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