MacBook Pro does not boot (Retina 13", late 2013, Sierra OS)

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  1. Hanokh Karakoz

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    Hi!

    Yesterday I was not able to start my MacBookPro because it booted too long time 5 minutes.
    I switched it off and booted it with Verbose Mode pressing Command+V.

    What did I see during the boot.

    /BuildRoot/Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/AppleFSCompression_kexts/AppleFS Compression-88/Common/ChunkCompression.cpp:310: /usr/libexec/kextd: expected size 1077360237, found 165661

    /BuildRoot/Library/Caches/com.apple.xbs/Sources/AppleFSCompression_kexts/AppleFS Compression-88/Common/ChunkCompression.cpp:310: /usr/libexec/hidd: expected size 3305132546, found 5109

    Help me please.
     

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  2. Hanokh Karakoz

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    First, have you been making any backups to an external device?

    Secondly, have you ever done any disk cleanup/repair/maintenance?

    It seems at this point that your machine cannot find the necessary "boot" files. As long as you have a backup, what you need to do is boot to the (hidden) Recovery HD partition, run Disk Utility there to perform First Aid on your internal drive, both at the Volume (ie, top) and Partition (ie, secondary) levels. This link describes how to boot to that partition, and what its capabilities are:

    https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201314
     
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    Hi! I have done First Aid both on Disk and Partition. This did not help.
     
    Hanokh Karakoz, Dec 22, 2016
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    I assume you did that via the Recovery HD partition. Also, are you making backups to an external drive? And was everything working fine prior to your "all of a sudden" issue?
     
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    Reinstall macOS from Recovery finally solved the issue. Thanks!
     
    Hanokh Karakoz, Dec 22, 2016
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