Hi, and welcome! My name is Michelle and I am excited to get started with you.
It certainly sounds like your hard drive space is too low to boot up. Try to boot into Safe mode. Do do this, boot up while pressing and holding the Shift Key
You may not need it yet
You can try to see if you can boot into safe mode first
That way you should be able to delete files from there
Did you press and hold the shift key down long enough immediately after starting your mac?
If you are still getting a flashing folder, it means you Mac can not even locate or recognize your hard drive as a bootable drive. Do you have a backup of your data?
Ok well you do have 2 options. Option #1: Erase your hard drive and re-install OSOptions#2: You can connect this mac to another mac using firewire cable and attempt to transfer data over.
Which option works best for you?
Is the computer that you are chatting from now a mac?
Do you have access to another mac?
Is it the white macbook? Also, do you have a firewire cable handy?
Well we will still need your installation disk anyway. Since you do not have the disk anyways, why don't you see if you can obtain access to another mac or cable. I can also leave you with instructions to erase and re-install your hard drive just incase. What operating system are you running
No worries. You can get back to me when you have access to the disk and I will walk you through
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Good Morning, I just wanted to follow up with you to see if you were able to gain access to the other mac or if you found your installation disk