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I had the same problem. Fixed it by following the path to Python/frameworks. The folder in Versions was named 2.7. I changed the folder name to 2.6 and iPhoto opened right up.


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I was facing crashed thread 13. I found my solution - use a computer to download ADWARE MEDIC APP and install it unto a flash drive, then transfer the app from the flash drive into your applications folder, then run the application. It worked for me! good luck! here is the link to ADWARE: http://www.adwaremedic.com/index.php


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It turns out that an OS X plugin called cDock was the issue and was causing the crash, since removing it from the plugins folder in Application support the apps open fine now. Thanks.


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Since Mountain Lion, OS X is also caching preferences, what I personally think is an bad idea. :) It's like "Oh we made the Library folder visible again since Lion, let's make another hurdle against over-intelligent users deleting files and configuring on their own so we do not need to support their problems and to protect us!"-idea. :) Back to topic. :) ...


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Tracking your problem in Crash report it shows Thread 8 Crashed:: Dispatch queue: ICANotificationPrivateQueue 0 libobjc.A.dylib 0x00007fff91893acf objc_release + 15 1 libobjc.A.dylib 0x00007fff9189291f (anonymous namespace)::AutoreleasePoolPage::pop(void*) + 575 2 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff95cb6272 ...


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Genieo Adware is installed. Removing it will help. If you have another browser installed, use it. If not, launch App store and get another browser for temporary use. Remove it afterwards. 1. Use free AdwareMedic by clicking “Download ” from here http://www.adwaremedic.com/index.php Install , open, and run it by clicking “Scan for Adware” ...


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This could be a symptom of a corrupted Spotlight index. You can rebuild your Spotlight index using Apple's instructions: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201716 Just realize that it can take a while to rebuild depending on how many files you have on your hard drive(s).


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This not a answer to your actual problem, but a guide how to completely remove Skype. Following are the files and Folders to remove: Since you mention it, the Open broadcast install, it could be interfering with Skype, so try removing it to see if it fixes that problem.


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Your DuetDisplay is not supported by 10.10 com.karios.driver.DuetDisplay 1 Does it support 10.10.2 beta? Not at this time. The OS X build itself is very unstable and is causing issues with duet. We are in touch with Apple and asking them to fix the issues so that duet works optimally. Also not sure your update for ScreenFlow5 app is working. ...


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It might be the case that your iPad run out of memory, that means the iPad have force quit a process, for example Safari. I recommend to reinstall iOS completely and if your iPad is jailbroken to remove the jailbreak and if you still get this error, reply to my answer. Best regards DP.


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try pressing the home and off button at the same time for about a minute, or longer, and usually that will work. If not the battery may be dead. if it does not work try taking it to a tech shop. usually the first works with mine, still not sure why that happens though.


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This post solved my Safari problem (crashing on opening): http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203987 DO NOT install ANY software from developers you don't know! Belatedly, I learned you can set Safari's preferences so you're forewarned. I was working late New Year's Day, was tired, and really didn't want to be there. While using Photoshop, a notification ...


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If I had to guess just based on what you've posted, I would guess you may be looking at either a hardware incompatibility or hardware failure. First, try booting without any external devices attached. If you still get kernel panics like this, try the Apple Hardware Test suite: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201257 Finally, make sure your laptop has good ...


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Do you have a USB network adapter? The panic report references the kernel extension "ng.uds.netusb.controller". If so, either look for an updated software package for the USB network adapter, or uninstall the software.


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Try doing an SMC reset (http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201295) and see if the issue persists. If it does boot to the recovery partition and just reinstall the OS (http://support.apple.com/kb/PH13871) (This will not affect any of your personal data)


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You might need to isolate the problem further. Syncing with iTunes will rebuild the iTunes database files and potentially correct artwork problems. playing new content might show that the existing content is in some way corrupt. backing up the device and erasing all content and settings might be a more drastic step to get a clean song or two. If that ...


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I had the same issue in Yosemite. Tried with the files mentioned here, but it was still crashing. Giving admin rights to my OS X user seemed to "solve" the issue. In other words, running the app as a "Standard" user and seemed to cause the crash for me. Still it is not a nice solution, but maybe it helps some people or give insight for a better solution ...


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Do you want to disable the App re-open the documents when you launch the App? So, you can go to "System Preferences" > "General" and enable the "close windows when quitting and app" option.



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