Mac Mini :: Won't Boot / Disk0s2: I/O Error

Oct 31, 2009

I have boot camp installed, and when I hold the Option key down at startup, I see the Windows Vista drive (but can't select it). After about a minute, the Mac OSX drive shows up. I can select the Mac drive, but then I get stuck at the grey screen again.

I tried starting up in Single User mode and at the command prompt, ran /sbin/fsck -fy but got a couple "disk0s2: I/O errors" followed by "Invalid node structure" and "The volume Macintosh HD could not be repaired." (see attached photo of exact message).

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MacBook :: Doesn't Boot, Disk0s2 - I/O Error, Invalid Node Structure

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I'm having big problem with my notebook.

It goes down after the gray start video.

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disk0s2 i/o error

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