My iMac will not boot up.  I  have a 3 year old iMac running   Lion.  When I push the power button I get the Apple logo, then the circular thing made up of small lines revolving iin a clockwise direction, then a progress bar which never fills in.

The progress bar then disappears and the system never boots up.  How can I get this machine to boot without a start-up disc?
Are there any keyboard shortcuts available?

I think you'll need those grey original install disks as it sounds like your harddrive is corrupted.

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