On the start with progress bar page, after that it becomes a little more than half, the computer turns off.

MY MacBook Pro is frozen and I had to turn off get out of the frozen page and when I pressed the button to turn it on it makes the departure noise and then the progress bar lights. When it becomes a little to Midway, the screen goes black and the computer turns off.

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The progress bar that starts from the left end appears when your startup disk is too damaged to mount. The illustrious progress is the functioning of the equivalent of disk utility (ERD). He is never more than half before taking a decision.

If your drive CAN be mounted, start-up continues normally.

If your drive cannot be mounted, your Mac stops, because there is nothing productive that it can do.

If your Mac is trying to start and crashes, which can produce always different results, but that doesn't seem to be the case here.

I recommend that you start in recovery and run utility disk (ERD) until it comes clean or is hopelessly.

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