Mac OSX boot up

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  1. Cree2TheCrizzle

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    Whenever I boot it up there is loads of writing that comes up with loads of different things on it and I don't understand what the hell it is, can I remove it?
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    Screenshot?
  3. Cree2TheCrizzle

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    It's during boot up how am I supposed to?
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    Do you mean verbose boot? Like a wall of scrolling white text/code?
  6. Cree2TheCrizzle

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    Yeah it's that vburnes on a black bground can I get it to go
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    What computer/Mac are you running?
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    Just run
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    sudo nvram boot-args=
    
    in Terminal if I'm not wronged...

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