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A full restore of your phone might be needed if you aren't keen to clear out the camera roll of all photos. These crashes are not unheard of, but they also are not affecting most of the devices in the wild. You could probably reset your camera roll following this thread and avoid having to start over with a full wipe of the device: How can I reset the ...
Opening Windows 7 through Parallels seems to be the trigger that sets the crash cascade in motion. Thrashing VDCAssistant seems to have cured it in the short term. Hopefully it does not lead to other issues down the road.
According to this Apple KB you have to contact them. They should be willing to help because you have Apple Care the first 90 days for free and they state it on the site theirselves:
If possible, create a new user and check if the problem persists (you can transfer your files via the "for all users" folder in /Your Drive/Users
Repair your disc permissions after update might help. I updated last night and shut down for college this morning. Upon booting I have a grey screen with a flashing question mark folder. I've tried all the reset tricks the mac simply can't 'see' the hard drive. My directory is corrupted. I cant pin it to the update. I've done some tests and found my hard to ...
It is very probably caused by Total Finder app. Try to update it or simply quit it and run again. It worked for me and contextual menu is back.
Use Crash Reporter. Crash Reporter will attempt to guess the cause of a crash. After installing, next time your iPhone crashes, you can check the 'Possible Causes' list in Crash Reporter for its guess on the cause. You can then try to delete the package in Cydia and see if that fixes the problem.
The code crashed in a drawing routine. I edited the post to show you the relevant thread 0 that was responsible for the crash (if you trust the logs and in this case, everything seems normal and this is a user program crash, so it's generally more reliable than a kernel log). Three things can be done to reduce or eliminate the crash: Figure out what part ...
Nope, there is no log of such. The data such a spotlight DB is stored on the drive itself.
You could try using this menu bar app http://gfx.io to force integrated only mode (provided you don't used an external display) and see if stability improves. Sounds like you are using an iMac (or MacBook Pro)? I had a similar issue with graphics-instability in my 2009 Mac Pro. After I replaced the graphics card I realized the original one was chock-full of ...
I had the problem of Word crashing after updating to Maverics. I tried every solution mentioned here and on other threads. I finally threw out everything Microsoft or Office from both Librarys and Application Support.Restarted and installed Office11 again. Before starting anything I opened Office Error reporting and disabled as mentioned here and in FontBook ...
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