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The solution we came up with... the only one that worked, was to reinstall Yosemite. It seemed at the time that something went sideways with the original upgrade. Unfortunately I do not have all the details with me here.


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You're using cs6 that uses Java 6 and Yosemite I believe is Java 8. You could try installing java 6 but it isn't supported and neither is DWcs6. Unfortunately that's the way of it. I don't know if you have a creative cloud account. They provide all updates. If not you could try the Java route or another FTP client. :/ Edit:: Correction. I forgot since o have ...


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This is a Diagnostic not a repair Following might show what is making it crush. Copy/Paste the following in to your Terminal (located in the utility folder). syslog -k Sender kernel -k Message CSeq 'n Cause: -' | tail | awk '/:/{$4=""; print}' | pbcopy The output will be copied to your clip board.


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I'm not sure exactly what's wrong, but try starting your computer in Internet Recovery Mode. If you still can't use your mouse after it fully boots into this mode, then there's likely a hardware issue. Some computers don't natively support Internet Recovery, so be sure to check out this Apple support article. But before you try any of the above serious ...


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Got a new iPhone, after complaining to Apple. They wanted to charge me €250 at first, but I got it for free today. Long live US customer service :D


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Had similar problem. Try removing ~/Library/Safari directory...it should fix the freezes...it worked for me


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My Mac Mini/Safari seems to "hang slightly" once & awhile since the Yosemite install. If I turn-off wi-fi and back on, it "unhangs." Try: Close Safari Trash the two Safari Preferences called com.apple.Safari and com.apple.Safari.rss.plist Relaunch Safari. Worth a try. There is something buggy though in Yosemite/Safari.


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Remove Flash, reboot and reinstall Flash. This fixed constant safari crashes on 10.10.1 for me. Search on adobe.com for "remove flash" and follow instructions.


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After getting many useful suggestions and none of them solving my problem, I went for a logic board exchange. After that I haven't had another blackout, 1.5 weeks and counting. So, in conclusion what looked like a software problem was probably a faulty GPU on the logic board or something on the board that caused the GPU to fail. Big thanks to Pratika and ...


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You might want to start by installing the most recent update to Office 2008 which is version 12.3.6. Failing that, try using the Remove Office tool from /Applications/Microsoft Office 2008/ Additional Tools/, restart, then reinstall Office and update it to latest.



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