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I used a Microsoft install disk erased my hard drive and started over. Problem solved for me. I already had what I needed backed up on an external harddrive.
I had this same issue, when I backup a Laptop from OSX to my External HD. Months later, I was taking the backup HD, and cloning it's content to a Sparse file via SuperDuper. However, randomly the process would die and the HD would act like it locked up. For me the solution was to stop Spotlight from Scanning the HD. This allowed me to utilize SuperDuper ...
Google Chrome Removing the Google Chrome web browser solved the problem for me. I was running Mountain Lion in a Parallels 11 virtual machine, and had a crash log generated repeatedly as described in the Question, with names such as VDCAssistant_2015-11-22-120350_localhost.crash. The repeated crashes started only after launching Google Chrome. Quitting ...
This problem is well documented on the Apple forums. For the moment, until the next release of El Capitan, you can only run two monitors. The monitors must be connected to one video card. You do not have to remove the other card. Please search the Apple forums for more details.
Try fixing permissions. In El Capitan, the disk utility's first aid no longer includes a fix permissions button. But you can do it via the terminal. To verify permissions sudo /usr/libexec/repair_packages --verify --standard-pkgs / To repair permissions, if the previous command finds mismatches sudo /usr/libexec/repair_packages --repair --standard-pkgs ...
Check the version of Mac OS X - Microsoft has dropped support for Mac OS X 10.7 and 10.8. See this tech-net link for more info OSX 10.7 Remote Desktop crash at startup. I believe that an Mac OS X update to 10.10 (El Capitan) is available free in the App Store.
Solution: Remove MS exchange account in internet accounts. Notes app will not crash upon opening then add your MS exchange account again.
Sounds like the drive is dying. Get it out of the machine & stop trying to boot from it. Your best chance of recovery, assuming you don't have any backup, is to attach it to another machine in a USB enclosure & use a recovery utility to rescue it to a separate drive. The more you mess with it, the smaller your chances get.
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