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Just remove this tweak (StatusHUD 2 - 2.0.0)


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Besides the advice already given, have a good look at your fonts; a wonky font can cause Acrobat to misbehave. There is also an utility available from Adobe (no, I don't have the link available right now), which does a deep cleaning of everything Acrobat; you might therefore consider running that tool and reinstall Acrobat.


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I wouldn't reinstall an operating system because one application is misbehaving. That doesn't really make any sense. This could just be a bug in Adobe's software. If there is a way to report bugs to Adobe I'd try that, I'm sure they'll be more interested in faults in their own software than Apple will be in what is to them third-party software. Anyway. The ...


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Yosemite mail is horrible, if you have a large inbox it just kills an older machine. I have a 3ghz mini with 16gb of ram and it STILL crawls. I am on day 3 of it saying "incoming messages" and slowly the count grows larger and larger. Two apps is all I ask for, Safari and Mail, really people FIX IT. On my 2009 27" imac I had to restore from time machine ...


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Reading from your MacBook model (MacBookPro10,1) it seems you either have a mid 2012 or early 2013 Retina MacBook Pro. GPU Panic obviously indicates that the system panics because of the GPU. Deducting from this, it is possible that your computer is eligible for the GPU replacement program that Apple recently initiated. Verify your model here and see if you ...


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There's a problem with OS X Security Update 2015-003 and boot2docker/virtualbox as discussed here: https://github.com/boot2docker/boot2docker/issues/800 The fix is to install the latest VirtualBox.


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The main points of this kernel panic are analogous to the mathematical direction to divide 5 by 0 The kernel / core of the OS got an instruction that cannot make sense, so it dumps all it knows about what it sees looking backwards and forces the user to start over. The kext are kernel extensions and you sometimes can catch one that causes this. Similarly, ...


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Following Matteos advice I installed Ubuntu using unetbootin on an external harddrive. It boots without any additional installation and I could access and copy the files immediately and format the external harddrive afterwards. Now it works again also with my Mac OS so there must have been some corrupt files on it who can crash the Finder.


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Remove the ManyCam https://manycam.com/uninstall/mac to test without it. If it works, get a updated version of ManyCam.


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I have read that trashing the finder plist fixes the crashing. You'll find directions about how to do this in a Google search


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I had one user whose Safari would not launch after updating to Yosemite. I ruled out problems with User cache and plist, isolated plug-ins, all the stuff mentioned above. I ended up finding a know working version of the app, from another machine, and copied over the broken app. Problem solved.


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Yes - troubleshooting this could be easy if you take some time. Get a notepad and write down the times of the problems - day, minute, second. Over time a pattern will emerge. Save the logs - after it crashes - run the command sudo sysdiagnose as this will package each crash and the logs for later analysis. Pay attention to what crashes - is it a kernel ...


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Bring it into your nearest Apple Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider and they can run a VST (AST Video System Test). That specific MBPr model is eligible for a repair program right now, so you'll get a free Logic Board replacement if it fails the VST test. Here is the Apple Support page with the information.


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In this log it is the Google Chrome Helper creating havoc. I do not know why, but you can safely kill it for time been. To do that open your Activity Monitor located in your Utility Folder. Click on CPU and find Google Chrome Helper. Use the x in top left to shut it down.


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The EtreCheck scan has found multiple pieces of adware on your Mac, remove them all. My guess is that one of these adware were trying to hook into the iTunes executable (or the operating system itself) and causing the crashes when iTunes was trying to terminate. You can find instructions on how to remove Conduit here. I'd remove this first and then open the ...


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Since wpsd and /usr/local/bin do not ship with OS X out of the box, you'd need to look at the creation date of the file and or check your backups to determine when the file arrived. You could run the strings command against the file and see if that sheds any light on the process, but we might need to know more about how you install open source tools and/or ...


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I downloaded the Microsoft Word 2011 for Mac 14.4.8 update. After installing the update, the problem is resolved. Note: Backup your Outlook data using the export function.


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It is likely that the drive is toast. Disk utility is designed to see everything on any bus that looks like a drive. You could try zapping the PRAM, or as the kids call it these days, "resetting the SMC." Google will help you find instructions for that. Failing that you could try putting the internal drive in an external enclosure, which will mostly tell ...


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Every piece of advice I used on the internet did not work. Even Apple's advice on removing things did not work. This worked. cd ~/Library/Safari/Extensions rm [plugins you KNOW did not come from apple] The next part is key, in fact, this may be the only necessary step: nano Extensions.plist Remove everything between <dict> and </dict>.


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I remember reading this article on MacWorld. It has to do with TRIM technology, OS X, and MBP. Your drive may not be fully compatible. Mac Won't Boot - About Yosemite and 3rd Party SSD To verify that your newly installed HDD works you can do two things: 1) Download, burn, and boot Ultimate Boot CD. There are a number of HDD utilities you can run that ...


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Make sure no parts of Safari are still running Open Activity Monitor and use the search box in the top right corner to search for "safari". If there are any Safari processes running, select them and quit them using the left most toolbar icon. Once they are gone, try launching Safari again. If that doesn't work... Delete Safari's Saved Application State ...


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Shut down and restart in Safe mode or restart in the Recovery drive and use Disk Utility to Repair Disk. That should give the best chance for getting Safari running again. Now download Firefox or Chrome as a backup browser for the future. If you have Time Machine running, you could revert your Home/Library/Safari to a date before the problem occurred.


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As far as I'm aware, Logic Pro X doesn't use 32-bit plugins, only 64-bit. I'm not sure about Logic Po 9, but I thought that was 64-bit too. https://splice.com/blog/using-logic-pro-x-with-32-bit-plugins/ Personally, I don't use Logic, I'm Cubase - but the latest Morphox is working fine in both 32 & 64-bit mode. Install for both is pretty much drag & ...


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Seems like using the Kext Utility to clear and repair my kext permissions and doing a clean boot fixed this issue for me. Only tested for a few hours now but so far so good. Many people get a logic board replacement but I think it may have been a kext issue as every time I upgrade I run into kernel panics at some point. I push my machines to the limit and ...



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