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Hey up guys, tried to install high sierra on my macbook... what a tit. Got all the problems which are on the apple forums.

Stuck in a constant reboot

ran first aid and got an error.

Desperate for help now, any one at all?

Willing to pay if issue is resolved, thank you.
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What's the error you received when running first aid recovery?
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Forest wroteWhat's the error you received when running first aid recovery?


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Forest wroteWhat's the error you received when running first aid recovery?


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Taking a look online, it appears that your disk is corrupt or failing in some way. You've tried first aid, which failed. I'll have you try booting into single user mode, and running a few commands to try and repair the disk.

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Forest wrote
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Forest wroteWhat's the error you received when running first aid recovery?


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Taking a look online, it appears that your disk is corrupt or failing in some way. You've tried first aid, which failed. I'll have you try booting into single user mode, and running a few commands to try and repair the disk.

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so I ran the command and got OS X base system is fine or whatever, rebooted and still no difference?
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Ended up getting a newer SSD. Thanks though buddy!
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