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So I brought my 3.2 Ghz Intel Core i3 imac with 4 GB Ram in for a hard drive recall. They ended up replacing the 1TB HD with a new one, as well as the logic board (no explaination given for the board replacement - no charge). Since then, Safari Unexpectedly Quits when starting up. There is no file on my machine, which is weird. I am running Lion 10.7.5. I also get an unknown error when logging into Apple Support Communities, and therefore can't ask this question there. The error report is apparently too long to post here.

I am not code savvy, but not entirely stupid either. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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What have you done to research/fix things? If you make a new user account, does Safari work better, worse or the same? Can you make Safari quit each and every time? Do other browsers work? – bmike Dec 16 '12 at 21:31
post the error log on pastebin and post the link here – vrwim Dec 16 '12 at 21:57

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