MacBook Air was working fine yesterday. Switched it on this morning and it wouldn't boot, just hung on grey screen.
Eventually got the MacBook Air to safe boot, now MacBook Air boots normally (but very slowly). Once logged on (not through safe boot) AirPort is connected with IP Address but Safari will not connect to internet.
Basic apps like Finder, System Preferences > Security, Transmit and AirPort Utility keep crashing.
Have tried the following:
- Verify Disk is okay.
- Repair Disk Permission ran.
- Tried removing and adding AirPort.
- Reset PRAM and SMC.
- Unable to run AHT, can't remotely attach disk because MacBook Air can't be found on network by other Macs.
The current installation of OS X is only about 6-8 weeks old and has all the latest updates.
What's wrong? My thoughts are corrupt OS or RAM. I can't reinstall the OS with being recognised by another Mac and I can't test the hardware for the same reason. Am I missing something?